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Colognes and Hand- 
kerchief Extracts 

From l''i;uic,. an. I linrmany. Just re- 
celvcil. . bvo our w iii.li.w. 

Campbell'! Preacriptloa Stora. 





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COAL 

HALL & WALKER 

Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 



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1132 Government St. 



EBTA.BX.ZSHXI} Ot ISSS. 



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VOL, Clil,, NO, 22!! 



VICTORIA, 8, C„ TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1910 



TWENTY, PAGES 



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If You Intend 

Buying 

a Diamond 



¥ou will iiiid that the Chilloner>& Mitch ell establish ' 
meiJt <lffdrs y0it the largest and choicest assortment 
in tFe,.West. Our supremacy in this particular line- 
is beyand-a, dotrtJt: Not only are you^offered the 
largest variety to choose^ro«vl>ut we also offer them 
to you at the closest- prices, for the simple reason that 
we buy direct from the cutters. 

DIAMONDS ENTER CANADA DU TY FR EE 
THIS' WILL INTEREST TOU_RISTS 






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IN WASIGTON 



Conflagration Raging in ■For- 
ests of Snoqualinie District, 
IV1j€h, Destruction of Stand- 
ing Timber 



RAIN I N S UFFICIEM ' 



TO QUENCH FLAMES 



:Situa11on. BetterJn-W^ila-Walla 
• Couatry and in IVlontana- — 
Rain andSiww of Groat As- 
sistance 



Vancouver Liquor Bylaw 

\'.\ \i '1 II ■ V\:il, ' \ ■ ; , :■' A- a 

liiM\i 111 lllr illl-.'CllwM ••: !■ lUlitiTunC'C 

i' !■ islaiimi Nunr^iini'r i\t\ ounell ^>>- 

iM^;!ii finally, paasecf :i hyUivv cbangiiiK 
' li ,ii7-s (if cTosTiiK kli barn. The prcH- 
I ,i Iriiin 1 a.m. to 5 fii.m. on 
! • ;-.aturdayvs, whim the hour 
for c'lDsiag- i.-^ IT |i.m. The nevV hours 
uiUbe'll pill, to 7 am. and on Satur- 
day fVi'Min;? 10 p. id. iii.ttead ot 11 p.m. 
'i'lie bylaw i.s to k') into .eff'i'ci on J&u- 
uary 2.— 



COL, ROOSEVELT 



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Astronomers .in Conference. 
PASADISXA, Cal'.,;'Aug, 2^.^mehty- 
flve memljerH • of • the international 
-imtotl'—fcfi' f<»-oi)oratlon lr\ sitlai- re- 
. search arrivc-d hcrtv today to attend Rn 
important (•ontei'enre-,. .Ajorc than half 
of the do'lPBate.Si arc from, tin' obSCT- 
vntorii'H of Europe. The objt'ct of the I 
meeting In to e<>rnj>a+'*' dijifoifffvies and | 
dedu'illou.s made lUirinK the two ifj^trB 
interim .since tlie last R-.itherlng, so 
that various phases of astral research 
may be a^udied and placed in book 
form. 




Former President Puts in Busy 
^Day at Capital .of State -^ 
Heartily Acufeinied by Mul- 
, tjtudes in Denver Streets 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jc^ellel^s ' ^ 1017 Government Street 



I know some girls who are strong op art, and they all have iotty 
brows; and they paint me scenes In the busy mart and pictures of 
pea-green cows; and I day:- "It's great! while the ages whirl your 
glory shall never fade," but my sad heart yearns for the old-jjjne 
girl ^w ho bragged of i ' 1 

The Bread She Made 

Robin Hood, in exceptionally . good flour, pe^ sack .', ,. .. .. ..$2.05 

I^ake of the' Woods, favorite flour of many housewives, per sack. 92. 00 
Royal ^otisehotd., a most exd^Ient breSd flour, per sack .. .. ...$2.00 

Royal Standard, a flour that deeerves Its great popularity. 

Moffefs Best, considered the best bread flour by many, per 8ack.Sl.85 

Sn6wffKke. a-splendid pastry flour, per Back .II.8S1 

'•Dlxl*' Flour, unequalled for light, flaky pastry, sjick . , . . , . ..$1.75 
Calgary, a flour we -can thoroughly re-eommend, siiCk %1J5 



SPECIAtrTHlS WEEK 

Ogilvle's "Mount Royal," an unrivalled good flour, per sack . $1.66 
Ogilvio's Rolled Oats, iier 8-lb. sack ...... .... ,, .. '. . . 28c 



DIXI H. ROSS & CO. 

Independent Grocers 1317 Government St. 
5 Tels. 50, 51. 52. Liquor I>fpartment Phono WOO. 



SEE SPECIAL 

NEWS. ON PAGE 

THREE 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C 

Positively No Credit. 



SEATTLE. Aug. 29.-<^undltlons in 
the forests of Western Waabington ! 
tonight are less encouraging than j 
they have been at any tinl;tr this sea- j 
son. Yesterday's rain was of insuf- 
ficient duration to quench the flames, 
serving only to give the tire lighters 
a brief breathing spell. Today when 
the rangers belieVed thay had the 
situation well in hand, the ftre_Droki 
out with renewed fury and tonight 
Chief Warden Simo.as is planning a 
campaign even more extensive than 
that waged last week. 

CJHe of the . most serious fires that 
Yiks ever been reported this year 
broke out today in the Snoqairtmle 
river district. A frantic aiipcal for 
help came frorh the ranger -in charge' 
of the district, and \Varc\en Simons 
made immediate preparations to rush 
a large force of men. armed wtlh dy- 
namite and supplies with suftlcient 
provisions to- last a week, into the 
threatened district. 

•' \yarden Simons said tonights that 
the fires t^at are. giving the most 
trouble are not endangering any 
towns, but are doing great damage to 
standing timber. The Snoqurilmie. 
Jlre covers a larjgd area .and is rapidly 
eating Us way through \lrgln forests. 
Help6d By Rain., 

WALLA WALLA. Aug. 2I>.— Asafet- 

ant Folrester Unzer today I'ocelved 
word from Ranger Roy Moss from 
Tollgate" saying rain fell pract.S<rftUy 
all night Saturday in Looking Glasa 
canyon, where a forest tire had' ning- 
ed for the paM w-ffk. Eight fighters 
\<'ho w«»re' s<jnf. to' assist in controlling 
the blaze returned tonight, saylvig^ 
their services were not neede.d, ' The 
4-^*s near Dayton aref also rejiorted to 
be_ under control, aa. are. those near 
Klgii), Ore., where fMjrestor J. yi. 
Schmltz has been \^orking for the, 
past ' ten days, to save i)roperty and 
timber. 

Death List Reduced. 
.MISSOnL. .Mont.. Aiis. JO.— AVhIle 
last night's rain. v\'as not as generally 
distributed, throughout the Hr<- zone 
in .Western Montana and Ncj<itther;i 
Idaho as had been hoped, it has' help- 
ed th& fire fighters In districts im- 
mediately surrounding Missoula, tiav- 
Ing comp'elely extinguished sieveral 
fires in' the Missoula and Bitter Root 
fore.-jts. . , 

fJistrict Forester Oreeloy stated to- 
day that his reports of the rain gives 
no precipitation at Wallace or along 
the Coeur d'Alenc 'brani-h ,anO none' 
at Llbby or Kallspel), but there Was 
a heavy fa,l.l along the ci'iniinental .'di- 
vide east of the fi'lathtiad and lots » t 
snow In the , northern portion Of yie 
Lewis and Clark reserve. If rallied 
hard -at Lolo Springs and -snowed on 
the Ynountalns near that place and It 
Ms beUoved that the stoitn coming In 
from the southwest. h»M covered a 
goodly portion of the Interior Of the 
[Clearwater country, where it was 
(badly needed. .Mr. Greeley reports 
tlie situation viallily improve;! ■ - 
where. 

After receiving reports from .\,t*u- 
lated ForcHter Silcox at; VVall'dee, the 
service announces the total dead and 
missing of forestry men as 73. These 
are dTstrtbuted a.«i folTf>wii:. Wallace 
distrk't, Ni4; ■ St. .Joe (Avery') dl.'jtrli f, 
■13: Cabinet forest; 4; Pend d'on-MIe 



Suffocated in Tunnel 
BLLISTON, atOMw Aug. 20.— Gas 
generated In the MuUan tunnel on the 
Northern Pacific i^lhvay by three lo- 
coniotlves this morning caused the 
dtath of Fireman Marshall and the 
partial suffocation of <'onductor New- 
ton and Engineer Sheppard. All were 
of the crew of an extra train. The 
train broke in two in the middle of 
the tunnel, a bore one mile and a 
TIOHTter ■ long. While the men .were 
repairing damag'ies they Inhaled the 
gases from the regular engine and4wo 
helpers, and were overcome. 



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MAKES FIVE SPEECHES- 

IN COURSE OF DAY 



Sharply Criticizes Judgments 
of United States Supreme 
Court— Speaks of Observa- 
tions on Trip Abroad 



l,{e knew lliwi. bis lid- il-i" 
his niastoring the nAt-.t 1 1 1 
|i''(l the levers wKtb ■ . ■ 1 , ■ ' ' , ' 
• ' ' ;lli rciu.'iiniii;; in Inin, Ul-niiiiin:- 
: , i!i.- Ui.iils:iiu.l li" I unUiie to till' 
' liiii ,it an angle, wbii'b only, a dan- 
i.-,. !.Mi. .i.iergelicy eoiihl justify. Me 
i-iiulU barely, stand alone when the 
. rowd ,in the enclosuuui_af the race 
truck gathered around him, but thi; 
attack passed away a'fter he had been 
on terr;i flrma ,fOr a few nilnytts. 
-♦-_ — 

Record High Flight 

ipfAVRB, France, Aug. 2».*--£*on 
Moran, tJae - Hroneh aviator, today 
broke the world's record at the avia- 
tion meet now in progress ifi this, 
city. His monoplai**; attained a height 
of 6,88» feet. 




; — T"^. ." Mob Seeks Nogro 
■ MSMPUIS, Tenu., Aug. 20.— A tele- 
gram from Amery, Ml'ssisslppi. at 
n!,idnlght, reports a mob forming Avith 
the fhtention of siormlng the county 
jail at that place and lynching a negro 
t barged with" attempted assault on a 
young white woman. 



Hearing of Testimony in Re- 
. gard iO: Proposed New 
Freight Rate Schedule -is 
• Commenced at Chicago .. 



.Liste des Principales Occasions Auxquel- 
les le G. H. MUMM 

K et^^'aasvi, pe&daiat le moia de Julllet, 1910., 

19 Juln— Banquet offert a M. Ferdinand Ma.rtlnl. ^EnVoye Extra/ 
ordinaire d'ltalle aux feti,>S'du Centenaire de la ReptibUq^e Argentlr 
a Buenos-Ayt-es. — -(Q. H. Mumm Cordon Rouge.) . , / 

l^r .fulllpt — Banqtipt offert par b> Mlnistre d^s Affaires' Etrangeres Ho 
Itotiinonie a MOnsleur KlderUn- Waechter, Mlnistre (VAllemange a 
Jiucharest,. a rocca»lon do aon -depart. — G. H. MuRim Cordori Rouge. ) 

.1 Juill't — Bgnqu^t offert au General Don PorflrloOiaz, President de la 
UepulincfUfv du Mexique, par les Banoulers, Com.mercants, Industrlela, 
rAgrloultei^rs^'etc. — (Q, H. Mumm Cordon Roiigei) 

4 j|jlllej^Banquet offert par iai Colonle Amerlcalne de Mexico au Gen-' 
©raP Don PorflHo Diaz, Fresldebt.de la RepubliqUe du Mexique. — G.. 
H. Mumni Extra? Dry.) ; , 

4 Julllet— Diner et reception /ofilerts par M. le Consul General des Bta^ts- 
ITnls au Grand .Hotel, a xokohama. a I'occaslon do, la FtUe .V'atlonalo 
des Etnts-Unls. — (O. K. Mumm Extra Dry.) 

7 et; 12 .Juinet--Bariq.«et« Offerts a I'occitslon de la S-e .Session du Con- 
Kros International du Ch^lpin de Fef "a Berne et a 3\ilontreux. — (G. 11. 
Mumm Gout Amerlcaln.) • __." i , ' ■ 

il4 .TuiirfeT=^tK>Jenner offKJrt pane PresUlewt de la Republl^t|.e 'Frnt^calse 
a L. M. lei Rol et la R elne des Bel^ea a I'ocoaaton de ■ la Fete N»* 
lionaleT— -(O. H. Mumm Cordon Rouge.1l ■ ' a, 

1,-, .fuiiiet— DejeUner offert a. I'Elysee par le Pteajdent dp lA RjepubUqtie 
Krancalse a L, M. \o Roi et 1& fWJIne d«a , Belgifiia ft leur depart do 
J'arls apres la vislte qO'lls y ont 'fftlt*--^((i, H.' Mumm f'onlon Roflge.) 

U'l Joillet— -Dlntir effert par lli Miujlcipallie de PaVlH ayx Bonremi-Htre.-* 
et Kchevlns de Rriixellsm et Anvers.— ^(G. H, Muirun Cun ion Hi mp.. i 

;; .1 III lift— Reception offfrtc; par la Pre'aiitet de Han ,^^ebastlen a L. >f" 
1. iiol et la kelne d'Eppaftne. — (O, H.' Mumifi Cnrdon riouRe. ) 
The above Is Hfiot-her lUustratlon of the great popularity of this beat" 

i.f i!' ' !i of ('linmpagne. , G'. H.. Mumm & (,'o.'« is the one Oham- 

iM!;': It nil. the highest class functions all over the civilized 

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Prairie^rain Crops 
WINNIPEG. AuftuBt M.—The esti- 
mate of th^ North we^ Grain Dfealers' 
Association puts the vWieat crop at 
1061.510.320 bushels, belngXan average 
yield of ifi bushels for .S,45s>i(pO" apres. 
O.'/ts will amount to lll.OS.'I.OOO^ aocprd- 
Ing to thp es(timatc, being an avera.gc 
of 2tJ.5 bushel.s from 4,217,400 aVres; 
tjiarle.v, 19.020,000, being la.i bushels 
per acre from 1,022,000; flax, n. 292,000, 
or S.4 bbshels per acre from «30,000 
acr' ■ 



NEWS SUMMARY 



Page 

1— DLtcusslon on Jackson Case. 

- New Biish ,l<3tT(fsin Washing- 
ton. Col. Rooaetvelt In Color- 
ado. • 

2— Telephone Bylaw the ttcape- 
grat. Struck Nr«r«#?a.-:7'¥;tt\^r 
Strewk. i\mither AVlm,' lo 
Kimpress .Hotel. 
-Md. Humber Foul of .Mayor. 
Deputy R(?aign.s Hli? Position. 
Salmon Pack Proves X,<arg4>. 




,4— lOciltnrial. 
B—Soclttl and porijonal. 
IJ^^News of thp. city. 
T—News of-the eltys 
'8— ^n \\'om©J-i> Eealm. 
n— Sport. -•• • 
,10— A'ld!i:.)nal Sport. • 
' I Abiuional ^port 

I i';.'<i;ue Advts, 
;., ::. ,tl l-/.-!tat->, 
M Ahiinii' 

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CHICAGO. Aug. 2»A.»^XIn€teen law- 
yers, reipresenting 'heading western 
railway .aystems, wcr- present tcalay 
when th«*;lnterst;it.«' commerce commis- 
sion began it.-s heaxtlik^nt testimony In 
the case of railroad rates ala,ted to go 
into effect November 1. 

'PW hearing Infolved 202 transporta- 
tion lilies lij •vestern statef, and.ahlpr 
phiir"tn.cf«f»t'a7' n.t.i ding to President 
Miller of the C>>)c.n<o Burlington and 
Quincy. The, laiKei; lihes will not urge 
poverty a** reec.*!'iiai;pg rate advances. 
Mr. MUl.*r ••aid |i!jlr<'-s rtacons and 
exiiedlency rather, than , "v-erge of 
bankruptcy" arguments would l>e made. 

The shlpiiers <l;)lro that the railroads 
have padded rf*iu ds of their operating 
expanses tn (>rder to make W appear 
that ah advance In freight traflle. rates 
Is demand!?. 1 m 'iuKtico to Investors in 
their F.fOii itic> 

BIG OPIUM SEIZURE 

Customs Officer at Vancouver Finds 

Three Hundred Pounds in 

Chiharrian's Trunk 

VANCpCVKU. . A.UAJ. 29. — While CiiM- 
toms .Officer Kci>iillnr, was searcliinK llie 
buKKnke of (""litiiece patssehgei's who ai- 
rtviil yesterday on the Empre.ss of Japan. 
■ he Came ticrosfi HOO lbs. of opium In 11. 
trunk, whti'h at pr^.-^ent values Is worth, 
landed here. JUi.OOfi. 'The opium com- 
pletely filled 1 trunk and- was the pro- 
per If' of a. Chinaman .who was going to 
Mpx1o6. The dlRT'i'sal of the opium is 
cfvuflng -si'nie irir)iiirles as to what the 
powers are In n ease of this sort. The 
Chinaman and hit* bhiggfage were, 'booked 
to Mexico, and In some respects would 
be treated as >;'>inK through In bond. As 
Mexico prohibits .tjie Importation of 
oi>iiini, howeyef, the Celestial is Up 
itgatitst It In any ctise. . 



IjK.NVKU, Aug. •:'.!. — .hi.lgmentsT of the 
supreme courts were sharply crlilcliied 
by Theodore Roosevelt today In an, ad- 
dress. The ex-president eJted, two de- 
cisions by the supreme court whifcb lie de- 
claieilWere eontrary to the principles of 
democracy, and. he said emphatically 
that if thesc'^'declstons indicated a per<ii- 
anent attitude of the court, the entire 
American .system of pppular government 
would be destroyed. 

'—"Colonel Roosevelt's speech before the 
legislature was one of five which he de- 
livered In Denver today. Ever.vwhere he 
went lie was greeted by cheering multl- 
tudi^s who blocked the streets. Interfered 
with traffic and packed to suffocation 
the various buildings in which he spoke. 
The .Xudltorlum, In which he delivered 
bis ',speech on conservation, holds IB.uOO 
people, and yet it was large enough to 
seat only, a part of the crOvvd which 
glamored for admittance.. The streets 
outside the building Were crowded with 
other thousands who sought in vain to 
gain admlsOTOn. \. 

"1 feci juflt as If I would like to stay 
hero for good," Golonel Roosevelt said, 
after he had made thre^o of his speeches. 
He added that he was taken Utterly by 
surprise by the size of the crowda who 
turne<Jl out to greet him. From the 
moment he. arrived here imtlT he went 
to bed Colonel Roosuvelt -was kept on 
the inove'.' ;Jn. adxlltlon to liis speecli in 
thfe Aurtliorltfni.. under the auaplcea. of 
the National Livestock association' and 
his Speech before the legislature, he ad- 
dreS-ned the . Sji a n i ah war veterans, who 
are holding their national encampment 
here^_ He spoke to the Livestock asaoci^ 
atlon at a banquei this evening, ami 
ta+tced-lo the Denver press, eluh and tire 
(.'olorail** Sheriffs' asi^ociation. 

'Plie chamber of the house at the Cap- 
ital' wum filled with a crowd" wh,ich 
cheered him so frequently" that he liad 
difficulty in proceediag with. bis speech, 
tin the wall behind the Colonel was a 
large picture of President Tafl. draped 
with the national colors. In addition to 
hie refnarks concerning the Biiprenie 
eourt of the United Staie.s, Colonel 
ItooweveU denouneeni dishonest legjs- 
lator.>4 and dernttpOgue.s. He scored men 
(Continued on Page Two.) 



Struck &y Horseshoe. 
NIfiW VORK, Aug.. 29.— Miss Mtlll- 
cent Sanders is under the care of a 
surgeon at her Jersey City home today 
as the result of a remarkable blow 
from a horseshoe. A fire engine rat- 
tled down the avenue in front of her 
houee last night, and she rushed to a 
second story to see It go by.' As It 
parsed one of the horses with a 
mighty kick sent a hind shoe spinning 
through the air through the window. 
It struck Miss Sanders on the fore- 
head, leaving a four ipch wound. She 
will recover. 



-Fa^nous Theological Controv- 
ersy Occupies- Attentioh of 
Metbod ist Conference But 
No Actionals Taken 



HERETICAL TEACHINGS 
IN METHODIST COLLEGES 




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Montana Man Says Former 
F,orester Had Plenty of 
Money for Expenditure on 
Forest Preservation 



Chancellor Burwash Defends 
His Colleague — Dr, S. Clea- 
ver Leads Attack on Vic- 
ioria College Professor 



JIELENA, Mont... Aug. 29.— United 
States Sienator Thomas H- Carter t-e-" 
plying to a rttc&nt interview ot Glfford 
Pinehot (!iade this statement tonight. 

"Mr. Qlffdrd pincbot, late .forester; 
haa rushed Into print to shift rea- 
ponaiblltty for the distressing forest 
fires that have devastated ' so: much 
of the w*festern country. He says that 
'Mondali and Carter are responsible 
because they opposed appropriations 
for forestry w'oiic:* 

''Since 1908 congress hris appropri- 
ated ,$19,9S4.68(V for the forestry .ser- 
vice: In addition to that princely 
amount, the forestry servld- <'alled for 
timber and use of fnre.st.s vvltho.i)t di- 
rect appropriation by congress a sum 
which I believe will aggregate alwut 
$5,000,000.' 

' "The recordH~of the office o\''er which 
Mr. Plnchot presided s.how that of the 
I'ongresslonal appropriation only $1.- 
975,000 was Used In improvements i>f 
the natural forests,, whereas ihe. ex- 
traordinary sum- , of $19,930,060 was 
used for general expenses. In addi- 
tion, and not. Included In general ex- 



Hepetlcal teachings In '. Methodist* 
colleg es or« what has become known 
as thi; TTackson controversy, came 
up before the .Vlethodist general con- 
ference yesterday, and after a discus- 
sion on a mo tion of Dr. Cleaver, of 
Toronto, which lasted for three hours 
It was decided to leave such matters 
to the procedure of the church. .This 
decision was reached by a_ vote' of 
125 to 84. 

T4ie follovving - amendment moved 
by Dr. A. D. Watson and seconded . 
by the Rev. Dr. Sparling was car- 
ried: . 

"That w hereas the matters co«- 
-luhied Hi tlie resolution now present- 
ed are in their nature such . as" ^atl-- 
for the most careful and mature de- 
liberation of those be,st fitted to ad- 
judicate In such matters, and Inas- 
much 'as this general confericnoe, 
which Is by constltutiori and usage 
a legislature father than a court of 
trial', and cannot give that "patient 
and calm deliberation to these mat-', 
ters which the interests of great 
trptli and highest fellowship demand 
having provided legislation embody- 
ing a method of. procedure Ih cases 
O.T euppoaed departure from the 
teaching of Methodism, which we be- 
llevi will not tend to stifle the candor 
of Our professors, yet w^lll serve . to 
keep. In violate the Iht-grlty .of Our 
Methodist doctrine and at the 8.imft 
time hold firm the cfonfldettce of our 
people, therefore: "• ' • 

Resolved that having, provided ad- 
.«iu«-tfti-v flit- such- case such as are 
referred to In the resolution, this 
(len.ral (Njinference reaffirms its al- 
legiance to Christ as King and Sa- 
viour and God aiid Its faithful ad- 
herence ,to the Word . of God which 
Uveth and abideth forever; that as 
l;i Ills 'Word tiod has spoken to us 
by His Son we acknowledge him as 
the l.:ifalllbli» .teacher as well -as re- 
veuler k)t the things of God." . 

The attack on the Rev. Dr. 'George 
R. .lack|son. Professor of the P'ngllsh 
Hible in \'i<toria Unlyerslty- was led 
by the Rev. Dr. S. Cleaver, of To- 
ronto,, yvho. In- connectioji with the 
discussion on the rejiort of the Edyi- 
I'.'itlon eomtplttee moved ' the follow- 
nx resolution, seconded by Mr. 1''. W. 
Winter of Toronto: ' • 

"Whereas It is regrettable that 



pensea. <\ppeHrs a yearly list of $9*?,- , 

620. ' It will be perceived that about, during the past, quadrennlum In the 





lAKENTOT 




Island .House --^ Assailant 
Studies PrayerBook • : 



Mysterious Attack on a,l^ew 
' York Broker by Two Young 
Women — Their Victim in a 
Serious' Condition . 



NEW YORK, August 29.— The police 
are searchltig today for two young 
women who attacked Michael -Plunkett, 
a broker, as he aat on the porch of his 
uptown homw at midnight last night. 
Armnd with umbrellas, the pair beat 
their victim .H'lvtll h* was unconscious, 
while oril? of their umbrellas gouged' 
out one ot hla eyes. , , 

The attack was witnessed by several 
persons from a distance of a few hun- 
dred feet, but none of the spectatora 
M,> r^..^^.- O4III \A/w^b D..+ in seemed to realize, how serious, were 
r. baynOr btlll Weak cut is the wounds being mnictpd on the pros- 

AKlo +A Trov/ol +n Mie 1 nna *'"***' '^•^"' an^ the two young women 
ADie to travel lO nIS LOLlgrf\.anlHhed into a nearby entrance of 

i'entral Park wlthdut anyone Inter- 

'ferliig. ■'■■■.■ 

.Plunkett was hurried td a hospital, 
where he recovered consciousness and 
answered questions which the police 
'put to him; ifB-TiSsertcd stoutly that 
] he' louhr not understand the attack, 
and >sald that he had never seen the 
youtig women before. His coridltlon 
Is a<jrious. , 



90 per cent of ^11 thip money approprl 
ated was used fdr general expenses, 
including the paymept of lei'turers, tlie 
payment of edlt<»rl,'il writers and re- 
porters the maintenance cif a bureau 
of puhllcit,v and the general expeiidl- 
ful-e of Mr.' Plnchot oh his absurd 
campaign for the presidepcy .of the 
Vaulted States. Under the Plnchot pol- 
icy the settlers weri" ruthlessly driv- 
en fr<Tm their homes In the forest re- 
gion." . ~ 

Cholera Case in Berlin 
BERLIN, Aug. 29.— A' house servant 
Jn the northern part of Berlin died to- 
day, apparently of cholera. His wife 
and two Children ^ave l)een placed 
under observance. 



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. NICAV YORK. A.ug. 20.— MayOr Gaynor 
was, taken from Ht. Marys hospital in 
Hoboken yesterday morning to Deep 
Wells, his country plafie at St. 'James., 
L. I, He bore the trip well, but hi.» 
hiBistetil plea to be allowed to wyilk un- 
aided resulted in two tllstrpfslng in- 
cidents. OnCp.be sank tp his k noes as 
he tried to enter an'- autoihoblle, and 
in ascending the stepa qf' ,hl« home ho 
•fell on all foiirs from „ over-ex«>rtl<in. 
Dfsspite lila' weakness, however, h* malrt* 
tfllited his cheerful good splrU»;~iind on 
arriving at ^Deep WoIJd he spent a long 
tltjte l.n a chair on the lawn. .■ 

one of the happiest tnen .in New .Ter- 
sey toda.y is .lames .1. Gallagher, whb 
Is. iu .fersey, city Jail awtriting the ac- 
tion of the grand ^lury In his aittempt 
to KSsa^slnall• Mayor Gaynori ''My 
player IS a ns'W'cred, thank heaven." lu 



■ AIRSICKNESS NOW 

New Sort of Danger Confronts M«n 
Who VVish to Navigate the 
'Atmosphere 

NE'W' YORK, Aug-. -Si— Air aick^^ 
ncss, similar to seaelckheBS, has .ap- 
peared among ' the aviators at 
Sheepshead fciay," adding a new ^tiiDjr- 
,t!r to the perils of. aVlatlofi,-' 
. Eugene Ely, whose high tllghts' and 
graceful g'lldi'S delighted the crowds 
at the tw.o weeks ineet in theCIooney 
Island ,Jocke.\ club's grounds, told hl» 
fellow air men at the close of the 



xflhline-l. when told by Warden .<«Hl--Jl''-fn of- a violent attack (if air sick- 
or Oa.vnor' had so far re- n<>'''s Which he experienced, for the 
.. be cohveved frnm f^f. first time yesterday. He was a duar- 

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Of HIGH VALUE 



Poughkeepsie l^ady Has Some 
Awkward Circumstances to 
Explain to New York Cus- 
toms Authorities 



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NEW Vi>nK. Auft. 29. — ..Mlliough the 
charge speclnlly was smugsllnf? Into this 
country of n pearl, necklace and gold 
put*se an'd » laee in.'intletle. Valued In all 
at $8,000. M. ' 1:. \ iM.ids -A-drlailce. of 
Popghkeep.ile. .\. V.. nniHt explain w.here. 
she bought other Jewellery" . vafueij at 
more than $lOOiOOO befon- .-^hc bV not of 

.the c.ust.yttis net here. . . 

Aeeoi'\llnp to 'u statement made at the 
collector's office this evening jewels with 
a total value of $1 ISOOiC were fouml on 
Mrs. Adrlance ami seized, while on her 
daugliter Mtlrlnii. n ii'>,i)0O necklace was 
confiscated and a third necklace, wa.s 
taken fronl Mrs. Mary H. Doughty, a 
travoillhg compf»hlon: 

These ntlrtltUwial jewels do not flpum 
in the smuggling charge aKnlnr.t Mi.^ 
AdrU'nce. Who gave $7,5()0 i';ni im,|;,\ 
lifter wrt(^-|t(R' e.^iimi'iii' i"ii 
♦ 

Gale on Gulf of Mexico 

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<uIloK.> , teaching of our church ora!l.v 
and' in 'jiublieations there have been 
set forth doctrines of an, unsettling 
and injurious character, such as: 

1. The early chajners ■ of Genesis 
are nof history and they are not sci- 
ence; 'the.x- contain no account . of 
the real beginnings either of the 
earth itself, or of man and human 
civilization ujton It. 

2. Christ a.«sumed the Mosaic au- 
thorship of the Pentateuch and the 
Davldb authority of the 110th Psalm 
Modern Scholarship .denies both. 

3. A man may hot do violence to 
his Ititellectual lon.sclence at the bid- 
ding of any authority however au- 
gust; and such an appeal can accom- ' 
jillsh nothing unless. It be to dis- 
credit the authority. Itself, 

■4. On a question of moral duty 
Jesus is to be listened to on this . 
matter (tjomornlng the casting out 
of devils I Me Is ..^triply ti> be Ig- 
nored. 

Therefiij-e, ihis Conference exfyresses 
its strong dl.sapi)roval of this and atl' 
such te.'ichlngs as has a tendency to 
disparage the Deity— and InfaMlblUty 
of Christ, while here ti()on ^.nirth; -to 
weaken the authority of Christ and 
His Apostles, or to discredit the 
Scriptures as a trustworthy ^evola'- 
tlon from God." ' 

Dr. Cteaver'a Attack 

Sijeaklftg -to his resolution Dr. 
Cleaver quoted ejttenslvely from the 
writings of Dr. Jackson, and from 
those of men arrayed for artd against 
the Higher Critlclsin. He stated that 
Assyrlologlsts had declared that there 
were no records extant to bear out the 
Biblical „8tory of the Deluge, but on 
the other hand tli^ere were thosejimjohg 
Theologians -who asgerled that siich 
records, existed. ' The ha^to . with 
which Dr. Jackson had sided w'th the 
former^ -was one of-the saddest fea- 
tures of hia case, ile (the speaker) 
would never rcHnqnlsh tils ftiith in 



anything In the Blblo until absolute 
proof of untruthfulij£p8 was forthcom- 
ing. It was very unfair, he stated, to 
compel the young nien of the church 
who were oh the threshold of entorlnft 
the ministry, to 'imBS through these 
colleges and' to hear things ii"i '••>- 
Ueved In the church and thiii' m 

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Tuesday, August 30, 1910 



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HEATERS 

^ ' .i.i.'N., ..; :, .i.Mil.t about It., 
'■> '- 'l.i,' i:lu:u;ji:iij^ cleanesi-_^and 
It "1 yoy can havie, and Just 
what you require thee© cool fall 
pvpntngs. > 



VICTORIA GAS CO.' LTD 

. Head Salesroom 66^ ¥at«« St. 



TELEPHONE BtAW 
THE 




tiPS In the Portland Canal district, and | 
ruining: men who have luoketl ovt-r the j 
property have bet-n enthualnsttc . re- 
Kiirdlng It, I 

Till' 'r,\ci- ('u|i|,cr Conu'iiny '»> stated 



Inn Ki>od iiiiihorliy lo have made an 
j iiffi^r ti> til'- St. ■wart Oompany l<> inaUi' 





TO 
EMPRESS HOTEL 



Gf Seven Measures Ratepayers 
' Sanction Six Turning Down 
.Scheme to Place Telephone 
: Wires Undereround ' 



IF YOU DON'T KNOW 



La£lor de Bahama 

' THAT'S YOUR FAULT 

Get. Acquainted With This'Old Reliable aiid You \\'ill< BeSati^ied 
' With Life . 



1 Wi^h the exception i>f tho bylaw to 
provide for the raising of fund.s to un- 
j dortak'e the work pf plaolngf the pres- 
i cnt .system of tele-plione wires th^ the 
j huHlness. section . undergroutid, all of 
; tlie seven tneasurea yesterday voted 
upuiv b.\ the ratepayers carried by .sub- 
-stantial majorities. The only bylaw to 
be defeated almost eari^led the neces- 
sary' total of favorable votes being but 
sixteen from the requisite amount 
needed. "^ ' 

"The result of yesterday's voting will, 
inean that within the next few months 
an amoujit of some $275,000 will be 
.sjiei't iipon Improvement work of a 
more or less generally, public nature. 

The official result of the ballot, as 
declared 'by Retiirnlng-Offl<s«*-^V — W. 



JOE TASSE CIGAR CO. 



irssr^ismBwami^^sr^mawiimsssms^sEsm 




isiid treui, t.. Miieli the ore of the 
SUwatt »\lliu)jK '"i- I)eVi'loi)menl « "alii- 
paiiy'ti niitu' ,,a.s .soon as thc' company 
Is ria(i\- to Hlii)i. Mr. Adams, eii- 
Kineer of ilu- 'r>.'e i '.ii'l'cr Conipany, 
is now un the ground at i he >nlne 
making an e-xamlnal ion of the prup- 
ert.v and lakiiiK a preliminary «ami)l- 
hiR of thn-^ore for n ihnroiigh worUlnK 
ti-<t Ht the l.-ad.\. smith smelter. He 
"ill ascennin the .smeltlnrf' <iualitU-B 
of tlie ore, and determine l^ie propor^' 
tion 'of flu.ven reqiiired. 

A ineeting oT the directors of, the 
Stewart M. & D. Co. is being held to 
dipcuss the proposed arrangement be- 
t\\'een (he mining and smelter com- 
panies., 



of wealth who .grain their riches at t he 
expense of the people,- Attacked untruth- 
fulnesH 111 newspapers ^and hiugasdne* 
and praised the periodicals and news- 
rrtipers wlileh came out boldly. wMth 44te- 
Iruth. _ 

Northcotf to the city couiiciriast night J Governor^ j8h*rfoth and Mayor Sjpeer 



was as follows: 

Cast Rej. For Agt. 
Under. Telephone 

bylaw ($100.0tlOT~r— n««— 9 — 894 



6^3 
342 

368 



^Mi a 

rrive 



ntisher 
in B.C. 



Or anywhere else in the ci\ilizcd world, he is deHglited to find, 
he can obtain a bottle of the .Me he is used to, the unrivalled 
Doq-'s Head r>ass., ~t\c calls for "Dog > 1 lead Bas.<^" Iwicause he 
l-.ii' I','. - ;tTi> !)c.--l (if all l)i)ttlinj.fs is ihe fintMii-Uas.s |iri>curai)lc.-. 

1 f vdn haven't tried I)bg's Mead l,ki-> .Dnkr a case'fn.Mn yv.iir 
dealer or j^rocver — pints anir"nips" are available. Lifted ai all. 
reliable ho'tels; bars. clu4+:«tml rcsfauranls. Remerriber the name, 
"Dog's Head Bass." 



PITHER & LEISER 



Victoria 



~')lc .\f.a'ins lor Pi.C 
Vancouver 



Nelson. 



PWBieiSCft'5"«n!S55ST5^ 



Sewer L«oan bylaw 

(JuO.OOO) 1492 3 1225 

Spring Ridge High 

school site 1549 8, 1199 

School Loan bylaw 

aiill.OliO> ■ ... 1487 Z 1117 

Dallas Road Kore- 

slw)re Protection 

bylaw ($7o,00O) . 1501 4 1011 486 
Isolation . H o wpit al — 

bylaw (125,000) .. 1494 7 1139 848 
Public Convenience 

bylaw (120.000)... 1437 4 1069 369 

While there are som e 5,600 ratepay- 
ers entitled to vote upon money meas- 
ures yesterday's vote, In the light of 
previous votes upon money measures, 
is considered to have been remarkably 
good. There are a large numtier of 
non-resident voters and It Is history 
in this «ity that any bylaws, unless 
submitted on the date of the annual 
civic elections, are more or less. poorly 
supported. It was not until weir on In 

-the. afl£rji(iQii ..li]:al......tJ3£ .. jrate>p»y.e.r.s 

turned out In force, the numbers pre- 
senting themselves ^or ballots being 
materially auj^menfed by an pnerjfetlc 
committee working, for the passage of 
the Spring Fildge high sphool site 
measure, to place the proposed new 
high school on property ownedHTy the 
city in the gra,vel pit section. This 
committee spared no efforts in getting 
out the' vote ai.d Its success la Indicat- 
ed :n tlit figures set out above.^ On the 
other m^visi.ros the ratepayers of the 
i.ityas u « hole took a broad view and 
wlj'le. It was i'eaied that^such measufes 
as 'hi ti.llas lOad foreshore prctetv 
.t..:i bjlaw pi.g'it be turned down by 
leaioti of tlie, fact that l.t affected but 
a coiiiparatlvety small proportion o( 
the ratepayers, at large still, all bylaws 
received generous support. 

The aiTaiigements for the voting 
were carried out In excellent manner 
by the returning x>fficer. There was not 
a l^ltch and as fuTl a votip as eoultj be 
looked for was registered. , ' ' 

After the count had been made Re- 
turning Officer Northcott made an of- 
.Ilclal return to the city council, as Is 
customai'.v. ' 

AIa.\ fir Money, white e> 
i delight that the majority Off the niea.s- 
iires passed, stated thitt^ It was unfor- 
tunate- lha,t the bylaw providing TTtr 
the under^rounil «yatem of telephone 
wires in the business section has not 
carried. 

■ The very 'measure tvlilch should, 
have been passed was the one defeat- 
ed." he stated, and the balance of the 
council board i-oncurred In his state- 
hieiit. • 

.Mter the statement, of the returning 
oflicer was .fead, ■ the various b.vlaws 
voted uptm were given their final 
reconsideration .and passed, a step 
which had been delayed until the rate- 
payer** had »lgnltl»;d their decision at 
the polls-. - 

An' interesting point arises through 
the defeat of. iht^ L'nderground Tele- 



COL ROOSEVELT ■ — 
IM COLORADO 



(Continued .From- Ba«e One.) 



THE CANADIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 

Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Reserve, $6,000,000 

■■■■■i y . n wii.iiii.— 

. DRAFTS ON FOREIGN CQUNTRTES 

Arroii^errients have recently been completed uhder which the braiicii** 
of this E^nk are able lo Issue Draf Is oii the principal points 
In the followlhg countries ; ■ 



Austria-llurtg-ary 
Belgium 

Brazil 

Buljraria. " 
Ceylon 

Chirt.% 

Crete 
Denmark 
Egrj-pt- . 
, Faroe Islands' 

NO"DtLAY_ IN 



Finland Ireland ' 

Formosa Italy 

France Japan 

Frch Cochin-China Java 



Germany 
Great Britain 
Greece . 
Holland 
Iceland 
India " 



Manchuria 
Mexico 
Norway 
Persia 

Phillipinc Islands 
Rou mania 



ISSOINQ. - FULL PARTICULARS 
Crawford, Manager. Victoria Brancii. 



Russia 

Servia 

Siam ^ 

South .Africa 
Strains Settlements 
Sweden 
Swriti'erland ,. 
Turkn,y 

.West Indies 175 

and elsewhere 

ON APPLICATION 



phtme IJylaw. Some time ago the city 
decided that In view of the paving 
work on Douglas 8treet,_the under- 
ground coiiduits for the electric light 
and tel«;phone wires should be laid at 
•once' and th«' contra<-t was accordingly 
let. There was an arrangement with 
the telopho.ne compatty whereby should 
the bylaw pass, the company wd^uld pay 
the cost of Installation uf the conduits. 
.Should It be defeated th.e city »would 
have to pay, afi the work was Instituted 
too late to come under the local Ini-- 
(irovenient work by that time, passed. 
Now the city will doubtles^s have to 
pay the $4,000. the cost of Ipsfalllng 
the system* out of general revenue, as 
the cost caniiot be charged. to the com- 
pany. Thi.s step was taken In the hope 
that the ra,t«?payei-8 would authorize 
the underground bylaw. 



There Is no 
1 reason to suppf^se that ^ the company 
' In putting up its new overhead s,\steni. 
hcotisequent upon the. chftnge in Us 
headquarters to the coVner of Klan- 
j f'hard and Vatps streets.- will refuse tb 
use the underground s.Vstelin on Doug- 
las street, but had the byluw passed 
t^at work would luvvee formed part of 
the $100,000 schem<> which wfi's voted 



upon yestca-dny 
pay the cost. 



Now the city must 





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'Hope ai^fings etertial*— '" but a wise investment, in our 
Frt^it Stcicks bears resti Its that can - be fores een and counted 



on.- 



We Have a fiti-e lot gf clean, Ijcalthy a nd s truri >j stock to 
pick froifi, aiid a catalogue that is most interesting to horti- 
cttltutists jajid ihwer: WvJWS, Fre« for the asking. ' 



TlieVancouverlsIandNurseryCo.Ltd. 

S01VIENO3 



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Big Find Reported in Mine of 
Stewart Mining ^ Develop- 
ment .Company — The Tyec 
Company to Smelter Ore 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

B,o,\ 303 



' A rich find has be«h mad* In the 
mines of the Stewtrt Mining <S- De- 
vehipment Companj' liti the Stew.flcrr 
h«».;i strict at the head of Portlana Canal. 
I A streak oif native 'silver, has been 
No. .1 ledge. R. M. Stewart. 
of Ihf iiiiio 



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utenmcd Bln.«h. Kraln fir a.n'l tiie latr.si In front 
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occupied seats near the' Colonel, who 
W08 presented to the . legislature - by 
I'residont FIti-.gerald of tlie state senate. 
The (""olonel faced a legislature that was 
democratic In liolh branches, one mem- 
ber of the liouse being a woman. 

He -was presented by the president of 
the senate as 11 "typical" westerner." Re- 
minding his audience that he had been 
a member of the New York legislature 
years ago. the (;olonel assured the legis- 
lators that he knew of the hard work be- 
fore them and the terhptatlon to which 
they were exposed. 

America's 8iir Task." 

Tonight Mr. Koosevelt delivered his 
formal speech, which was as follows: 

"I have Just come back from a very 
interesting trip In the old world, I 
spent H year on a comparative holiday 
In Africa ami a quarter of a yeaj In 

fairly vlroi-oii H worl< tn Kmop<. ,4n'rlnp 

nnich of which time it seemed the kind 
purpose of my hosts to give me exactly 
the same kind of ^experience In point of 
vigor which I am having today. Tluiugh 
I came bacli with my feeling of 
friendliness for foreign people, yet.l ean 
with sincerity sa.\ that with all our 
faults, and wlili ali our shortcomings, 
and I know iheni well, there Is not any 
other spot on die fact of the earth where 
ll.-f«. is s& aopremfrfy t» o r th |iving. wh e re 
the chance which the average man has Is 
so good as In this country of ours. 
There are any amount of things Which 
need to he, impioxed. and yet I think It 
is perfectly pta.tslt>le to combine a full 
'*"<'?>!!l5SiS*' of the evils wTiTch exist lyjt 
onl:v wirh a determination to out out 
those evils but wiTh a full realisation of 
our great advantages. . 

"Two things .struck me while I V^s 
aJirvad. The rtrst was that to the 
average man whone life wps ha-id, 
America stood ns the name whloii sVin^ 
bollzed hope. The second'., thing was 
that a lmos t every person I met on the 
other side and i.ilkcd with to any ex- 
tent, would ask me .anxiously ai>oui 
sonje feature of _iLu'8ines8 or political 
corruption 111 America. Kvery reaction- 
ary opponent of free Institutions, hailed 
wlih sardonic laughter every Instance 
of corrupt iirtjr**- a proof that bur plan 
for a dentocratic government was — SIT 
empty dream. 

We shtuTId "ireaHxe that we are not 
only the custodians of the prosperity 
of our children, but In a sense of the 
who)c wot Id. 

, ' '.Shanje. triple shame, ti.. ours If we 
spoli the worlds dream of the possl- 
hillty of K popular government on a 
cohllncntal scale. .1 ask you. men and 
Women of Colorado to go tv^k to your 
hotnes with the purpjme to flgfit for 
honesty m both business and politics, 
not only for our own sakes, and for the 
hakes of oiir chlUli^n, who ought to 
Inherit the land, but for the sak^ of 
the people of the world, who Stand 'and 
writcli the experiment which -we are 
making In the repuljllc' of the west also 
tliHt their hopes shnli not he dimmed." 
A ; Strenuous Day. 

Fan<lemo7iUim was 1« loose when 
Cf>\. itoosevelt first appeared in Denver 
tills morning. As .■<onn as he lef^l the 
special train which brought him from 
(niey^nne he pas.sed through the streets 
of Denver In a parade headed by cav- 
alry, artillery and Infantry from Fori 
UoKan. 

After a hti^f rest he went to Over- 
landpark. where he addressed the Den- 
vfr Press club. 

The colonel had barely time to get 
tiSMik to the city to address tlie throirg 
which was waiting for him In the aiidt- 
ionum. That done; he hastened to 
the state' capltol, and after,, speakltig 
there he, was whli led back to the Au-dl- 
toi'liun to speak to his old -comrades 
In arms, the SpanlsJi—Riar veterans. 

After an eulogy of the deeds of valor 
of the men of, both North and !»ioi<th 
In what lie ctllled the "hlg war," he 
greeted his comrad*8 of what he called 
"our w-ar.],' 

"I, admit," he said, "that our war was 
not ver.v big, but l.t wa,s all there was. 
It was not our fault that there wai 
not plenty of war." 

"We thought there was plenty of it 
In the Philippines." said a listener. 

"Well at' moments It was trlfilng war 
compared with that In Cuba." a n n womd 
Col. Ijlioosevelt.^ 

He then urisfed the veterans' to honor 
llie fact that they had "jjarticlpated In 
the Hpanlsic war as a great privilege, 
but not to trade on it in civil life. "In 
the first place," he "said, ''you ought not 
to; In Ihe aecohd place you can't. 

Col. Uopaevelt had Just t'ltne to change 
ills clothes before, his presence wasre- 
ipilred at the final function of the day, 
the" banquel of the t;ol6rado Livestock 
association'. Thp colonel talked to the 
stockmen after dinner, and then went 
to hW bed. It was a tplghty busy day. 
he said. but a thoroughly enjoyable 
one. , ^ 

The Roosevelt party leaves at 7:4 5 
In the tnorning foi* Puebtoi where *'"'■ 
Roosevelt Is to lay the cornerstone of 
the Young- Men's Christian association 
, hulldthg. K(M>ni there, he'' starts for 
Ossawatoni^s, Kans., where he la dUe on 
"VVodti.esday morning, -and where, he. Is 
Vu make what probably will be the mosr 
Imiioit^tKBt speecl^ of his tour. 



Another aev^nty-room addition to 
the Empress Hotel,' co'stlng' about the 
.same, as that In course of erection-^ 
5130,00O--and situated on the south- 
east of the present structure, is prac- 
tically assured. Mr. Hayter Reed, su- 
perintendent ot CP.R. hotels, before 
he left the city recently stated that one> 
of h is. first acta on reHchintr Montreal 
wouhl be to recommend that«thl« woi:k 
be undertaken In Victoria without loss 
of time. 

The TJrpJect. while It hasn't receiveti 
definite ^nd final endorsatlon is so far 
advanced that the plans have been 
considered, and to all Intents and pur- 
poses, deeded. It Is Intended that the 
first floor of the new wing ahull be dt^- 
voted to public apartments, among 
which will be one for writing. (.)wlng 
to the space that will blj occupied by 
these rooms there won't be as much 
additional sleeping accomtnodatton 
provld>e(4-as Is being made .aratlable In 
the wing as yet Incomplete. 



Hayter Reed on Returning to 
Montreal Will Recommen-J 

' Construction of Seventy- 
Room Addition 



I 



IG'S INIERESI 



N mmi WORK 



Mri N 



W. Rowell, K. C, .Gives 
Address on World's MissTpn- 
ary Congress Held^ in Edih- 
burgh This Year 



.\t the Sunda.v , evening service' at 
lJl£_M,etCopolltun Methodist church Mr. 
W. Rowell. ■ K.<y., of Toronto gave 



N 



Presentation of Shield. 
The North Ward school will hold its 
cotnineii<'''in<'nt exercises tomorrow nf- 
ternooTi -lork In llo' n;»-'i-inlil >• 

room ' ' : hi' fi';i t ui"'v>; ni" 1 )h' i-> 

crciv • !■ ' of the 

gov 1 : i ' /• the 

1 ,i('iil'-!i I ill I ,i ., . • 1, • i ' " ' ! •■ . ■ 

Won li\" 1 lie srii ; ; . ' I . . . I! • 

log colllprtil loiLs. .\li,.lh.l il, Oi ■■! iM 

terest will he the presentation of high 

«,.h,(M| ■ r/'T'1 i ri«"» I '''^ nii'l (t.,MO"-fi<^ ^'..i - 

> ' , ■ ( , I 11 ■ I 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I : 1 I 1 I i n K -■ w- >:':.,, i . 



art address on the World's Mi9»i'?nar.\: 
t^jugress wl\lch was lield at H^dln- 
burgh In the Tnonth of May 1910 Thl* 
was the largest and most important 
gathering which has ever been held 
by the movement and w(ls. attended by 
over 1,'iOO members, representatives of 
the leading denominations of all clvl- 
llzed .'nations. At this 'the leports of 
the eight different couunitlees ap- 
.pol'nted to investigate ' the various 
phases of rnlsslonary work were pre- 
sented. 

The (.'ongress was regai^defl as being 
one of very great 'Importance. The 
I'niverslty of Kdlnhurgh honored all 
the Wdjnjr delegates present 1)y cotii- 
ferrlng up<m them the degrees of the 
unlversit>'. The Archbishop of Can- 
te rtrury. th e primate of all Kngland al- 
'JGLiionored the fHthering with, his' 
prepence: -■ 

I.ord Balfonr of Hurleigh. the chair- 
man of the corigTRSB read n letter 
from king (jeorge to, the meeting. This 
is the_rirst occasion In modern times 
In w-lilch sucli ' a communication has 
been sent by a king or aiiv inember 
of the rvyal family. t" 

The King's message is as follows; 

"The King commiinds nie to -co'nv'ey 
to .^'ou the expression of his deep. In- 
terest In the \^■orld Missionary Cfin- 
feretice to lie held in Kdlnhurgh at 
this time. " . 

"His Majesty '\iews .with gratifica- 
tion the. fratei'nal <-o-operation of so 
many churches and societies In the 
fnlted States, on the contirtent of 
Riirope and in the British Empire In 
tbe work of disseminating tiie knowl- 
edge and principles of. Christianity 
by Christian rfiethodri tijrougho^it .the 
world. 

"The K'lng ap^preclates the supreme 
Importance of this work In. Its bearlfig 
upon the cementing of IntetPatlonal 
trlendshlp. the. cause of peace and the 



SCHOOL DAYS 



Everything at Wilson's Needed for tlie Boy 

Boys', Suits— .stronp:. durable, V)^^''^ ^S 

Twtx-ds. grey, l>row'n and ^.\'' ? '^"-"^.v^t^'^-f^^ '\'' 

green mixtures. ' Norfolk '^ v*,'»^^^ ^^-^N''^^ 

and dr/ible-breast<jd ^ styles, i <- \ltt*r . ,.^ Jl-^'^" 

from ';•...:... T. $4.50 5 1' ^ T^ <i |ft?' ' ' 

Boys' Suits-.English Tweeds -I - >>Xf ' ^-^ ~ 

of,, eafcelient. quality, -.well '>.1»>. ■ '^^^ -^\ 

tailored, smart and service- t— o^^'^'i " W' v // u '"^ 

able. >Je\Vest colors, 'A- J /'> r^ 

;i:iProm $6;oo /j ^^ i^ 

Boys' Suits—fine Knglish Wqr- , . JS // ■ ■^'^'■ 

.stcd.s, uadeniajjle good.qual- p^' ;*" ^* 

; ity. '?vew: checks and stripe.s. V I :<!* f 

* Variety of styles, from $8.^0 W' / 
Boys' Serg<5 Suits— navy l)lne \, *■ - • 

antl black. Several differ- | 

ent grades, .single and don- | : 

F)le-breaste<l-. Pleasing Prices "■ 

Extra Pants— a large .suick nn 

hand: ^^ 

Boys' Covert Coat s— fine, ' ^ 

jaunty garments, all sizes, '■■ " '^ W p 

$8.00,' $7750 and . . . ; . . $7.00 ^ ■' ^'^ 

Boys' O verc o a,t 8— heavy j|Ly 

Twcen, dark grey, from $6.50 ^y:<.. §/ 

E^oys' .Overcoats— very ser- f.\ •.*=?•«* 

viceable English Tweeds. .^i 

frotn ■ . $7.50 ^ 

Boys' Rainproof Overcoats — in all sizes, from $6.00 

Boys' Reefer Coats^-blue serge, bntli smart and servicealilc. 

$7.50 to $4.50 and $3.00 

Boys' Sweaters — navy blue, tan. cardinal and white. Eacii 

Si. 75. .51.50. $1.25 and $.1.00 

Boys' Negligee Shirts — all the new fancy colors, Si. 25 to 850 
Boys' Shirts — white and cul^red. collar attached, $1.00, "j^^ 

• aiirr , . .7. ... 60c 

Boys' Flannel Shirts — with and without collars, $1.50, $i._>5 

and ^,. .'.'... -. . $1.00 

Boys' Stockings^ — heavy ribbed \\ orsted. per pair 60c 

Kibr>ed C'ashinere. per pair; 75c and . . ... . . . ... ,,...... 50c 

^ys' Underclothing— per garment. $.i-,«o. 75c and ...... 60c 

Boys' Hats and Caps — Serge and Tv\ccd, wide choice. I'ricc- 
— topleasc discerning parents. 





•// 



W. & J. WILSON 

'v MEN'S PURMSHERS. 

. 1881 Oorer^^ent St., and ' Tronnoe Ar. 




What 



Advertising is , to busWss^ 
Hteam Is to machinery*" 

G. W. Newton 



Adv€TtiMm«nta Written and Placed for 
All Lines of Buaineaa 



Offi ce wdth A ngus Campbell & Co.. 
Limited. 

Phone 181, l.lesidencc 1-12 0. 




well-being of mankind. 

."His Majesty welcomes? the pTospect 
of this, great representative gathering 
„belng held at one of the canitals of 
•the I'nited Kingdom and expresses his 
earnest hope that the ditdllieratiims of 
the conference ina>' be guided by Di- 
vine* wisdom and may be a means of 
(iromotlng unijy_among christians ,-^in<l 
the Withering the Ijigh and beneficent 



end which -the conference ..haS in 
view.." \ 

.\rter the message had been read the 

Kathcrlnj? joined linitrtlly in singing 
llU- National .Apthem. < )ri the sugges-. ' 
■th)n iif the cliairiiian it was., agreed to 
nifiUe' M ronilt for the framing of an 

apii'-"i';i ■■'<'■ ''cpi-. . 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



Great Bargain 




Every Article Recluced in Price. Great 

Bargains in Carpets^ Linoleumsy Etc. 

---■■■■'■ ' ' — ■-''. ^, •■ '. ^ — - '■"- — 

Don't let this chance slip by.ti' secure such great bargains in [icinsc b'tirniturc. It will 
, be long before such bargains arc offer,cd in Victoria again— m> don't delay, hisficcl, buy and 
Hjc satisfied. We can satisfy you antl.Our guarantee <^i "<',ii".ls as represented or nioney re- 
funded" protects you absolutely. S,',r>.-i-'rhc reductions in prici!- arc gcnninear-ho price, 
ju,ggliiig done here. VVe have a square deal for all. hrce city delivery. Country orders 
packed and shipped free. 'Perms, spot cash. No goods charged ^t sale-prices. 




Iron Beds 



.\ splendid-jbsortmciit to 
chqo.se from Only room 
here for one sami)le bargain. 
Strong White Enamelled 
Iron Bed. full size. bra.><s-.toi) 
.rails, spiiidles and knobs, ex-, 
tended foot ends. . Regtdar- 
price $7.50. 7 
Clearance Price. ^6.00 
Smaller sizes at smaller 
prices. ,We sell the famous 
"Qnah't^" .and " Barcola" , 
[iBeds — the beds with a ,c:uar- 
antec. 



Chiffonieres Dresserand Stand 



just tlio tiling tor . the 
home with twn few clothes 
closetSf This one is a very, 
yseftil size. i.s finished in 
golden, quartcrrcut oak fin- 
iah. has 3 long and 2 short 
drawers, with good locks on 
each.- Regular price is $12. 

Clearance Pride, 99.60 

Others in >tock in' golden 
oak atid rnahogari-}r itp'to .$30 



Here is a real bargain, the 
best in town. Solid 'quarter 
cut golden oak dresser, Avith 
washstandto matqh. llrinil- 
some design and well )ini-.-li- 
ed. "Dresser has ^.'o .\ 2.\ 
British bevelled |)l,nlc niir- 
n <r. 'Drc 1 w M ] ■ r'! 

regularly for .$30. 

Clearance Price. S2I.00 

Xo dealers sii, 
-this price \! MP' , ; ,!^ 

srgws ill 




SMITH & CHAMPION 

(420 Douglas St. . "The Better Value .Store" Near City Hall 



/ 



Tuesday. August 30, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLpNIST 



THE- 



New Styles in Men's Hats 



FOR AUTUMN 



/ 



Arc oil (li'^plaN-. Thov ' represent all the most fa\'nrc(l colors 
and shapes as wi'tn in the large ^iastern cities. 



Ask. to see Mto ■'rivUTTEK," the ieacling Aniericai) vStylc 
in soft hats. ■ , *• ■ 



ALDERMAN 





L OF 




Re-elected Ward .Two Repres- 
entative Charges Civic Head 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO.. Ltd. 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Director 1 114 Government Street 



With 
City 



Api; 



Favoring Friends 
pointments 




MAKE CORNS COlilFORTABLE 



Many folks in England declare that if you rasp yoqr corns 
they will nfcver come again. We're not quite so sure about it, 
but we do know that if you "rasp a Corn it will- rasp off the 
soreness. Every owner of a Corn should own a Rasp, 

OUR PRICES - 25<. 30<? and 10^ • 



CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 



Tels. 425 and 450 



1228 Government Street 




The M?in at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 

his third strike, 

but 

EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL to, llKht t}«» FIRST STRIKE. 'Aa *pe M the dawn of« 
' ' tomorrow." • •• 

Sixty veara of experience have brought Eddy's Matches to the 
ACME of'PERFECTION,. The famous "Silent." 

Also Eddys : Piiper Woodanware. Fibreware. Pails, Tubs and Waah- 
boaidS. ^ 

Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents. Victoria and Vancouver 



1 



POTATOES ! POTATOES ! 

We offer the best on the market and \v§ have one car-load to sell, 
drder ^nst tHey are on the ri.se 

$1.25 per 100 Pounds 

SYLVESTER FEED CO., 7^9 Yat«st..Tei.4i3 



For tho first time within a month 
and a half the oouiu H roster was oom- 
pli'te last iilK i' Mderman Kiiss 

Humbor. who -ic, .:i.-i re.slKnatlon 
ii:iK been rcjotolng- lii the rtealKnution 
of ox-aldpnOHn, ' again took bis seat 
at iTfe-count'il board, havluK been re- 
flected by acclamation and bis advent 
was slRnalled by a heated argument 
during the course of which be charg- 
ed -Mayor Morlfl^.. with interfering 
with the work W the; cl.^y engineer 
and placing his ."favorites" in res- 
j)oiisil>le positions. 

Tlie trouble did not arise until the 
erid of last night's meeting. In fact 
the npwly relm-ned representative of 
ward two kept rehmrkably auiet 
throughout the jiroceedin^a. Indeed 
when he was welcomed by the mayor, 
as he took his accustomed place at the 
board, he iiromised to purchase an 
oyster supper .'for the council. Ills 
promise follovffed a dXr^gestlon made 
by one of the^raldermen that he should 
"stand" the clgwrs. ' Another civic rep- 
resentative whose mind wandered to 
more substaritial fare, wanted oysters 
iind the deal was closed. That all 
happened at the commencement of the 
meeting. Just before the session 
closed .Mderman llumbpr was offering 
to wager that the mayor' wa.s guilty 
of foisting his favorite's upon the 
civic paylist. His worship informed 
Alderman ntiinber that the latter was 
foolish, that he was making "foolish 
charges" and the ward two represen- 
tative was offered dollars and cents 
that he knew what he was talking 
about. The argument has not yet ar- 
rived at a satisfactory termination. 

The trouble all ani a g^over -an ob- 
jection made by Alderman Mable to 
the effect that the repairs to the creo- 
-sotlng plant have not been completed. 
For nearly three months these repairs 
have been necessary but the man In 
cbarge was not a quajl^lfled engineer 
and another week's delay woldd result 
though block laying oh Douglas street 
has. commenced. Alderman Mable saw 
a si>ortage"of blocks In sight and be- 
llt';»« that tin less repairs are ef- 
iectv.i at once there would be a hold- 
ing up of the work- 

Afncks the Mayor. 

Mayor Morley stated that he and AV 
dermiin Banncrman had been watch- 
ing operations and had come to the 
conclusion that unless the plant Isrln 
working order at 6nce there would be 
a shortage of bl6cks but. the. council 
had recently placed fulj control In the 
city engineer anet that official Is now 
in full charge. . ' 

, Alderman Humber, fresh from his 
re-elepllon here took charge . of the 
proceedings. He questioned the may- 
or as to wh«i w*aa in charge of the r«- 
pair work at the creosote, pl^at. "Is* 
It not one of your friends'?" he; asked 
' Ma,yoii( M!»rl«y objected dstelarlng 
that he' had not Interfered In the least. 
He would not stand for such Insinua- 
tions. He had hoard of such .state- 
ments bt?Tur«. The man In charge of 
thp creosoting plartit had not been ap 



relation«hip with the rTiinlster who has 
been his chlet — for tholr relatioiia have 
ulway.s been most pleasant ami niutu- 
all.S' appi'ei'liillvf'. 

Invsluable Service 

'Mr. Maclean has Tendenil Invaln- 
ablu tiorvU-e to me and to iht! prov.- 
Ince," said Hon. Mr. Bowser, di.-icii.s.sing 
the ro.slKri;;tlon ye-Mtcrduy. •'Coining to 
this province as dcini^v a'loriicy K«'n- 
oral twelve years agu, wtnrt<>iV yeafB' 
]ire\ious experU'nc(! In that, capacity In 
the sl.ster iirovlnce of .Manitoba, he bus 
had iwenty-one years' contlnnoua ser- 
vice, as diT)uty attorney Kcnerul. He 
\\as thu.'< r.KCi'ptlon.'ilIy ciualllied to dla- 
rliargr all the ilutiea fit the oflice, not 
only by dlsUnctlyc and marked ability, 
but also by rea.son of his long and 
specialized experience. His retirement 
I'nini i!h. iirovinclal aer.vlco will be a, 
dLstbui and very great loss 'to tlie de- 
partment, with every detail of the work 
of whli.li h.- was iuUt.aaJ;.diL_Iamlliar, 
We ha\ r mu, ii ypeclal work which no 
profes.s)(inal nian may grasp at. a mo- 
ment's .notice— work peculiarly relat- 
ed to our local conditions and the de- 
velopment of Uritlsb Columbia year .by 
year. Of the deputy attorney general 
there Is thus reciulred a particular and 
close ac<iualntan('e with all the details, 
of the legal aspects of the railway ,belt 
and Its administration, the Esquimau 
& iVanalmo railway hinds, the Coluin- 
bla & We.'Jtern grant, the British Co- 
lumbia Southern, the K'akusp & Stocan, 
etc. TJicre are, In fact, a multitude of 
what might be termed local conditions 
which Mr. Maclean had at hl» figure- 
ends, and which no new man, be he 
ever, so « able, will be able to familiar- 
ize himselt 'wlttt during. ..many, many 
months. • ' * 

"The government la exceedingly 
sorry to lose so efficient and official 
as Mr. Maclean. >Ie has always been 
a splendid deputy, andone of the very 
best Crown prosecutors liritlsh Colum- 
bia has ever possessed. Our relation- 
ship has always been a most pleasant 
one. 1 have myself .twice .testltled my 
appreciation by securing rornTm In- 
creases of stUary, hoping that we 
ndght thus be able to retain his ser- 
vices for yet— a- little longer at least. 
We have also had Mr. Maclean repre- 
sent ua In lmi)ofrtant matters both at 
Ottawa and before the privy council, 
it being only but a few months since 
his return from an important missloil- 
as representative of the province at 
the federal capital. Speaking both per- 
sonally, and for the goverhment, we are 
very sorry to lose Mr. Maclean, while 
cordially and sincerely wishing him 
every success in his new sphere of. ac- 
tivity, In which I have no doubt he will 
soon iichleve distinction and marked 
success commensurate with his proven 
marked ability and unceasing indus- 
tr>-." 



SAL 






ES 




UL 



McLaughlin Buick 
Automobiles 

Are made to withstand the every day u.sc expected 
of an all round car. Day to day and month to month, 
improvements are made without adding to the cost. 

McLaughlin- Buick Autos are the latest and best 
production, of the manufa eturerr/ art , particularly 
adapted for the roads of the West. Better come in 
and let us talk matters over. 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

R. p. CLARK, Mgr. 
Phone 695. 



Broad Street. 




Department of , .fisheries An- 
nounces That Season Has 

.,; Proved'Gopd' One — r Com- 
parison Vy.ith , Last Year 



According to Information received a" 

. , , ^ the department of fisheries the total 

thp creosoting plartit had not been ap- J ■ ^^^ ^j, galmon for t'he province up i > 

pointed by him and the engineer J<ne*f 'August 26— at which date the sockey 

-wlK) \viis__worklng for htm and as he «-t,inK ends bv resulatlon u 



the engineer was In full charge he was 
respojisiblg. The mayor urged Alder- 
man Humber to have more regard for 
the dignity of the chief magistrate' 
thereby loslnfe all chance of partaking 
in the promised oyster supper..'** 

Ahlerman Sarglson endeavored to 
pour oil on the troubled waiter by sug- 
gestlhg that three months ago Alder- 
man Humber had brought UP tlie point 
of the delay at' the ci^eosote works 
but he merely brought down the 
wrath of His Worship who stated in 
'.no uncertain toi'ies that Alderman 
Humber was quite wrong in his con- 
clusions and he (the mayor )wa8 the 
victim of false conclusion's. 

Alderman Humber wanted to wager 
real, money that the ma^or was wrong 
going so far as to declare that not on- 
ly In tho creosote plant, but In other 
civic departments. His ' Worship has 
worked In his friends in- responsible 
positions; The mayor retaliated with 
heat and the net result of the discus- 
sion was the adjournnient of the ses- 
sion and the virtual repudiation . by 
Alderman Humber of the invitation to 
the bivalve. mUln'iifht banquet. ,„ '« 



The BEEHIVE, Douglas Street 

Ladies! do not forget that We are clear- 
ing out a few lines in Blouses and ^ 
Skirts this week. 



"A WIFE WANTED" 

Jler husband' to give tlie order she h ad carefully itemized to 
the llallidav Clyde Go.. He did so, and now. they are both 
nioi^c than iil'eas'ed.. 'Ybif*will make no mistake in giving it.s 

an order includinfr some of the following: 
Heavy Galvanized WAsh Boilers. Regular $2.00. Each $1.50 
Enamel, Chamber Pails. Regular $1.50, Each . . . . . . .$1.00 

Dinner knives, collul..i.l liandle^,.' .RegWlat $3.75 dozen. .$2:50 
Cups and Saucers, gold band. Regular $1.50 dozen . . . .$i;oo 

p.S. — When ytui sec our Silver Queen Range you'll expect' us 
to say .$'')s.oo ^40 takes it., 



HALLIDAY CLYDE CO,, LTD. 



Phone Hs.s 
■J 



558 Johnson Street 





HIS POSIIl 



Mr. A, A. Maclean, K. C, Dep- 
uty Attorney G,eneralj to Join 
Legal Firm of Elliott and 
Shandley ' \ 



fishing ends 'by regulation until thr 
15th September, virtually closing th. 
sejison-^may be estimated as aggregat- 
ing 549,000 capes, this being IncUisiwc 
of the output of both the F^raser river 
and the northern canneries. It will thus 
be noted that the sea;8on has, proven a 
good one on the W^ole — considerably 
better than the canners bias anticipat- 
ed Especially on the Fraser has th 
pack exceeded ejtpectatlons, The 191' 
pack may roughly be dlstrl^juied ;i 
follows, comparison also being madt: 
with the sockeye i>ack of last year— 
the year of the "big run"' oh the Fraser 
rlVer: 



Total socke>e pack 
Skeena river ..... 

Fraser river 

Rivera Inlet ... , • 
Outlying districts . 
Naas river 



1909 ' 
840,441 
»';,90I 
542,248 
89,027 
93,019 
28,246 



1910 
549.000 
,180,000 
145,000 
124:000 
70.000 
30,000 



Mr. Hugh A. Maclean, K. C., for tlie 
past tvvelve years deputy attorney g.ehf- 
eral of 'the province of British Colum- 
bia, to whicli offlce he was appointed 
during the brief regime of*Hon. Joseph 
isiartln, has tender«:l Mh resignatiun of 
the po.^itltm he ,h;. s filled with such 
high credit to hlttt, lelf and such com- 



plete .satisfaction 



o. the . government, 



in order to beoom < a -partner in the 
well kno\vn legal nrm of JiClllott & 
Shandley. The reglgnation Is underr 
stood to take eflfect on the 31st Inst, 
ttomorrow), but at the retiuest of At^ 
lurney .General ilowsjer, ■ Mr. Maclean 
has cheerfully agreed to' place his ser- 
vices as .adviser at tlie dli^posal of: the 
department for a further jiertod of one 
year, by which time the new incum- 
bent will have been able to l'amlliari/,e 
hlinselif wltjh his responsible iluties. l'"or 
the time being the inspect<n- of legal 
urnccM, Mr. J. P. McLood, will also act 
us deputy aHorney general. It is i|i.tlte 
probahle, however, tliiU Jutor.i>n Attur- 
ney donernl Bowser will work out In. 
Pfactlcanlo form i( n lin reconstruction 
i.'iiin" \>.-hirIi h:iv(- IjiMii ivbtalnlng" iUs 
ha view to further 
. ;iii.i iji 11 . l<:iMlil!tt\' "f ihi'' ih;i- 

. hin('r.\- <<' 

. ' ' incs.'-i 

.:■ 1 ■ ■ : itt'.r- 

i.. ■•• ii'ii' "1" be 



Compairison of the pack returns < 
the two years show further that in 
1910 the sockeye pack of the Skeena 
river was almost 100,000 cases greater 
than in 1909; on the Fraser the sock- 
eye pack was much smaller this year 
thrfnlai?; b^ut the material difference 
is accounted for . in the fact that the 
present year Is one of the seasons of 
low pack on that historic stream. The 
Rivers Inlet pack Is this jwar nearly 
35,000 cases, better than the pack of 
1909; while' outlying' districts show a 
falling off this year of approximate- 
ly 23,000 cases, as compared with last 
season The estimated, pack of sockeyes 
on Puget" HoiJhd Is this year 14?.000 
full cases of 48 pounds each. 1 
. - -'♦' '-■ ■ ■— 

FOUMD OROWNiED VERDICX 

Coroner's Jury Returns Open Verdict 
in Case of Little Dong Mol 

"Found drowned" was 'the open ver- 
dict rehdet-ed by the coroner's jury, 
which' yesterday afternoon Investigat- 
ed the circumstances surrounding the 
death of little Dong Mol."4rhe twelve- 
year-old daughter of Chi Wong Fook. 
whose body was found floating In the 
Gorge Friday afternoon. The evi- 
dence submitted was, very meagre, a'nd 
amounted to nothliig niore than that 
the girl was seen walking to-vvards the 
wharf at the loot of Cormorant street, 
and the stateihent of the man who 
discovered the body.. It l^.the belief 
of the police that the girl fell Into the 
harbor as she ^ was .pla>ing along the 
water front, In the absence of t)r. 
Hart, Dr. Bapty officiated aa coroner. 

Threshing Wheat on Prairies , 
FfJRTAOE L.A PRAIRIE, Augf. 29.- 
Ideal threshlhg weather Is what the 

farmers of the Portage plains are now 
securinK. and In less than two Weeks 
of this kind of weather they will lun ■ 
their work completed. In every din- 
tlon busy tbt'eshing outfits dot O- 
liirm.s and the work is being push. 1 
rapidly. Three or four threshers ivii ■ 
hftvc^floneenoiigh work already to >?' ' 
an/lderi uf the yielH '!.<■• ili.i !!,- 
si/ernK'' "'111 be nrnii ... 1 ■ 

l1i'e acre, > ,'' ' • .sicjd h.'\.sgi)no- 



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Tomorrow at 

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Why You Should Visit 
Us Tomorrow 



We have placed on the reduction list twp assortments of 

Very Handsome Satin Underskirts 

There are just 72 in the first lot, many' of wliicli liavc the new 21 inch knife 
pleat. They were marked to sell at , 

$9, Reduced Tomorrow to $4.75 



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1 1 s- Jrtgh 

Ih .'1. good 
he. rfflii'-''* 
ret 111 ' 
that 

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In the second list of these Satin Underskirts there arc 75. As the price 
will show, they are superior to the above line, some having accordion pleated 
flounce and others with very pretty bias tucks. There- are also a few in black 
and white, and some in black Pcau de soi. 

These were marked to sell'at 

$11, Reduced Tomorrow to $6.50 



THE END 




NEAR 



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close at hand. Don't be tempted by what you 
see in print; come and compare our offerings first. 
That we lead is a recognized fact. _ 

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■ .1 .... 

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Tuesday, August 30, 1910 



Xlbe Colonist. 

Slia Colonist rrrntlnr and iPnbUshliif 

Oompauy, X<lmlted Z<UliiU«y. 

tail-iai5 Broftd St., Victoria, B. C. 



J. S. H. Matson. 



The Dailv Colonist 



Po!l\eriil by carrier ail 
momii, if p ltd iM H'i\ Hiir.' 
month 11' n>u\d nf u-r Iho 
month. Mailed, postiJaid, 
of Canada, excrpt 
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no cr-ntJi per 

i',i) ciTiia pt.r 

loth of t;acli 

In aii> pa'i't 

tiio city or Bub;irb*n 

ciiv.T.'d by nur car- 



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rlers, ur i!io United .KiiiKdum at the 
tOlloh'liiK rates: ' , 

One Year 

a'lx MontiiH 

Thn-o Month.y 

tendon . Of lice. 90 - 32 



15.00 

2.60 

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Tuesday, August 30, 1910 



SHOULD NOT BE FINAL 



Six of the aeven ibylaWs submittetl 
to the property owners yesterday javere 
iussed. But a single one failed to ob- 
tain the required threo-flfths vote and 
although it had over twp hundred 
votes rtiaJoEjty fco Its favor, It Ig |igB.t. 

It is to be hoped that tlie mayor and 
"cmncil will not be satistied to leave 
the •propoaal which was lost by sixteen 
votes to go by default. It is certalply 
mere apathy which has resulted in the 
defeat of thejjylaw. ^ 

A campaign, of— education should be 
undertaicen by the mayor and council 
and the proposal suibmitted to the rate- 
i layers in the near future. 



MR. MACLEAN'S RETIREMENT 
That pajt of the public which has 



had opportunites pf observing the good 
work done by Mr. H. A. Maclean will 
regret that gentleman's resignation 
from the offlc? of Deputy-Attorney- 
..G«neral. The tribute paid to Mr. Mac- 
lean by Hon. Mr. Bowser was well de- 
served, and will be heartily seconded 
by the pft>vlnce in generall The re 



Again, let u« be fair. The whole of 
Lord Klloh<'m^r'.s wonderful career has 
been spent In the ICunt. It l.s not cjiilte 
ea.sy to see what appointment at home 
111- "would have; acci'i'tt'i^l- Thoro is the 
command in Ireland; but would not 
Lord Kitchener have resfnted »m'h a 
suggestion?/ Besides, G-eucral l^yttelton 
lia.y becm .barely a your In tho saddle. 
Then take the Inspector-generulHhlp. 
' TTciw OOulrtLord Kitchener sueeeed -Sir 
John I'Yench, his .strljordinate? Of 
coiir.se, Itii' Kreiit outiT\' (la.s arisen be- 
ca'isi- l,urd K il'liiiH'i- lui.s no .seat upon 
il,,. .].■<■ i:<i' r..inMiillci'. 'I'lir matter lies 
, \, In i, .■ > v\ itli ihi' lo uiif minister, 
whicli was .Mr, i:,ill'.oii s a ri-a UKrnielit 
wlieu Im r.'iiiiii -.1 lb.- .■Minnilttrc m 
li)Or.. 'I'bere Us, undoubledh,.,- un.re lu .ill 
tbi.s tlian meets tiie eye. Until lie went 
I,, li.llu, the career of Lord Kitchem r 
.•.., \n open volume for all to read. Ills 
hr.im of •'ehllled-steo;," his terrible in- 
difference to all save the end to be 
achieved, hl« hatred of waste, and how. 
in Egvpt he "drilled the black man 
whitjiand made the mummy fight"-.-- 
it wma all common talk, clven In the 
music-halls. Afterwards-- mystery! The 
world only knew thQt Lord Kitchener 
soon came to- loggerheiids with' Lord 
Curaon, then viceroy, and that it was 
LOrd Gurzon who resigned. Then there 
was a shadowy scheme for reorganiz- 
ing the Indian forces— two regiments 
of Ghurkas were enrolled— tcanwport 
was f;ecentrali8ed— native mountain 
batti li. s were developed; but what did 
It mn»'i? The very experts are dumb. 
Kinallv came that astonishing stoh' of 
a kind "of promise made to Lord Kit-' 
cheniar, that. If he left India, he had 
best take a return ticket, since he 
would go back In another ctipacity— to 
wit, as vlce^oy. Exalted names'— very 
exalted names— are associated with 
this reprrrt. Of course, if a war were 
to break out, Lord Kitchener would at 
once take command, and no such com- 
mand would have been possl'ble had he 
taken the post of viceroy of India. 
Otherwise, there are those who think 
that he might become secretary of 
state for war in the next Conservative 
cabinet. Such an -appointment would be 
••political"— that is. It would Involve 
policy In the widest sense. Lord Rob- 
erts }»-*n-apo»t.lc of compulsory mili- 
tary service. Some people hint that 
Lord Kitch<»ner agrees with him. But 
would Mr. Balfour adopt so tremendous 
a proposal? These are some of the Un- 
plumbed depths in the strange case of 
our unemployed flcld-marshaL 



long service in his office, a service 
whch has continued through five ad- 
ministrations.' At all times his ability 
and his fidelity to his trust have been 
equally In . evidence. If Mr. Joseph 
Martin has any particular ; claim to 

•gra.tit'ude from British Columbians it 
Is-ofi account of jiis appointment of 
Mr. Maclean to the oftice which lie 

: held so lonjt and so creditably. The 
; Colonist heartily Joins in wishing Mr. 

.Mac4eah success In his heW Venture 

•and hopes that his successor In office 
wll^'keep in. view his good example. 



Though the prairie harvest has not 
been as good as In some past years, 



tiring deputv has secured a'-record-fm-f-^^'^- ?e^'«8. t<^ J^e-ilttle ground for- 

despondency on ItB account. The 



'.KITCHENER, 



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UNEMPLOYED." 



%iH Lord Kitchener be the sectary 
of state for w'^r In the next'Conserya- 
*tfve ca^nbt? The question his"T)eert 
raised together with a hundred others, 
in an effort to find- enu^uytnjsnt for; 
Britain's, f.gTeat)BS<" soldier. '.A 

4pefikfng oti tJnis subject, Mr. T. P. 
O'Cojijior iri ftt.A.P. says: 

Whatever Mr. Haidahe may say. It 
Is surely amazing^ that, ot all great nieii 
In the British Empire. Lord Kitchener 
. should find himself out of a job, True, 
he jfs'now sixty-rNapoleon and Wel- 
lington were only- forty-six when th(-y 
met at Waterloo-^but, in these days of 



on 

Winnipeg Free Press well observes: 
•■The harvest results in Westsrn Can- 
ada will be a sore disappointment to 
the knockers. A cotrtttry tliSCt" can. 
under thSj, freakish climatic conditions 
that have prevailed this . season, pro- 
duce over a hundred million bushels 
of wheat, is a good country to move 
to and to say withi" 



DISCUSSION 0!\i 

JACKSON 



CASE 



(Continued From Page One.) 



pe:;'if<^, 'sixty is not old for a general. 
At' King Edward:s tuneral, the taU. 
soldierly figure of Lord Kitchener, , with 
his square^ swarthy counteriance, at- 
tracted more notice. than the >■ eight 
monarcha themselves who visited our 

. Sovereign. -Is 'ft rottlly true that Lord 
K;itchener, in his search for a job, ha.s 
<!onsideretl an offer to organize tha 
Chine.se nrmy? The very idea adds ter- 
ror' tonne Yellow Peril— a population 
of four hundred rhilllons, focussed for 
W-ar by such an intellect. Curiously 
enough, , Oi^nerai Gordon, who was 

• "avenged" by Lord Kitchener. at Khar- 
t6uilu_made his nahie in' China, where 
he suppressed the terrible' Tdeping 
rebellion. Like .Lord Kltche noin ,-' h e 
served his apppenticeshlpr-surveylng 
the Holy Land. , Hijw did the* present 
position come aboiit? When Lord Kit- 
chener left India, two posts were open. 
There was the vlceroyalty of India, 
and there was thg Mediterranean" com- 
mand at- Malta. India or Malta?— what 
a choked It rtrhltitnr"on(? of ^Japoleon 
• — Europe or Elba'^ Lorrl Kitchener ivas 
not ottered India, and he declined. Mal- 
ta, whence followed the- Impasse. Let 
us be fair. To promote the commander- 
in-chief of the Indian army to the post 
of viceroy , would have been unusual'.' 
and would have suggested a military, 
dictator.shiii. Nothing could have been 
more abhorrent to the peaceful soiil 
of Lord Morley. liesldes. Lord Kltcheh" 
er was unmarried— a sul)Stahtlal dis- 
ability. 'Still, how coUld Lord Kftchener 
be hapvy at Malta?' Think how the 
Medite.rrjinean command originated. It 
l.s a long but very Instructive story. 
In 1895 Sir Henry Campbell-Banner- 
man boldly retired the Duke of Cam- 
bridge fiH>m ' the post of commander- 
in-chief. There were tw»»-^-reasons: 
First, his age; and, secondly, his Royal 
status, which made admlnlHtratioir 
very difficult. A few yaara later tlje 
post of commander-ln.-chlef — just the 
post for Lord . 'Kitchener — was itself 
aboli.shed. Instead, we have now t'he 
in3pect*>r-gonf>ra1,' -whose busine.'is IV Is 
to sec that the array l.s complete to the 
last button. The first Inspectoi'-Kcnoral 
ivaa^»thc Duke of Connaught. See' who t 
^dlffiwed. The diike is, by universal 

, Tnroent, a' good soldier, thoroughly 
keen on his work. But tlien he .siiffer.s, 
Jii.st as the Duke of Ca'mhrldge suffered, 
from his royal statu.s. An under-Secrp- 
t !!■' cannot' deal with the brother of 
i;- Sovereign as If -he were an ordin- 
ary officer. Another opening had to be 
found for the Duke of Conn*tught. The 
.Mediterranean cirmmand w.i.s tiulckly 
evolved from"~'Mr. Haldanes fertile 
brain. The dtilce set forth, played at Hoi 
(Hers for 7i I'l'w months, watched tla' 
..y-r-vv tired of Inter - 
< dtilles, resigned, 

vf-ninr-!- --•' ■ ■ ' 

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oit .Mr. llaldari' ■ ■ 

one .slanii.-ird ni accoutrciri< (i' 
Colonies, so that all tli.* scattered 
forces of the Empire micrlit \v(<r]< -.vlfli 
I tie home army In nime 
.should have a sent upon 
committee. No; I.^td l<ii> !!■ 
have none of it. Il<- t lu . u .,■ : ■ 
.Mediterranean coinniand, and the g-n - 
. rniuenl dirt not further (•xtehd' Die In- 
Vilulloll to tin; d'':,'.l)' <■ c 'mium"e. 



ftrfiHy dpposed to the Higher CrHI-' 
cismi He< wad overwhelmed with, as- 
tojilal/jaieat to think p,t me^e nien pre- 
suming to set their knowledge agaii}6t 
the word of Jesus Christ. In, mission- 
ary work such teachings must hiiLye 
5the most, detrimental effect. These 
hiirhtor critic^ one day thought one 
thihg, \tie nejtt day another, and on 
no djiy .did they agree. A misama of 
iioubt a-fid contradiction was all they 
had to oilex,. after robbing the Bible 
of its character as the Word of Ood. 

At this point the general superin- 
tendent, Qr. t:"arman, suggested that 
as two speakefs"~Tiad been heard 
against Dr.- Jackson and his teach- 
ings, that two should be heard o» the 
^other side." In his opinion all the mem- 
bers of the C(jnrerence had a)ready 
made iip their minds how to vote, antl 
there would be' no use prolonging the 
controversy. 

It was decided that the Rev, Dr. N. 
S. Burwush, chancellor of the univer- 
sity in. which Dr. Jackson holds a pro- 
tessorship, and Mr. N. W. Powell. K. 
C. of Toronto, should be heard. Dr. 
\yatson's amendment to the motion 
was' moved at this point. 
'A Vital Issue 

With Hie utmost deliberation char- 
acterised by logical reasoning Chan- 
cellor Burwash defended his collea- 
gue. The outcome of the controversy 
he consltTered of the utmost Impor- 
tance as affecting the future of the 
church. The principles of liberty of 
conscience and liberty of thouglit were 
the outstanding features, not otdy in 
Mr. Wesley's teachings, but irlBo Jn 



Burwash said there was nothing more 
radical in tiie writliiK.s of f)r. JacU.sou 1 
than in the "Nole.s" (d' ^Ve»iey. l>r- 
Clcaver's deduction.^ Ipt considered j 
were not logical, and unwarranted by 
a ptTu.sal of Dr. Jacksou'.s book. In 
some details undoubtedly l"»r. Jack.sou | 
dlffereil from men like Lutlier.-' We.s- i 
le.\, -Marcus iJodds tiiid James Orr, but I 
on the wliole he wa.s moi-c: conserva- 
tive, lie wa.s tluiroughly in accord! 
with these men on anythiuK concern- j 
Ing the rmidamental priiudples of j 
c'lirislianli \ . .MelhodlMm in lhe.se I 

days Ktooil for libert.v".., ol l houKlit. in j 
the liKht of tills any- reacti<;inary mc!(s-j 
lire would .savor of the .Middle A^'r.s. ,1 

I ir. ( 'liM \-.-i- wa.s a I ti'rd''d an opp,.r 
I iinjl> .'! Ii-r> .)!.'• loK, '" ' '"■ :- I" .'1^' 1 ;^ 
V, h.> li.nl . h iiiipi.Mi. d I ir .laclvson'.s 
c:uiy..- .and i). lie nMii sr of U brief 
ailtlrcHa said that w brr.^ , ' 'brisi \v.i.< ; 
iliscredlled and Ills l!o<,k disiiar-m.-d ' 
It was 'Impossible to carr> "a ai.>, nii,. 
«ionury or evangelical \\ i- - 

A brief discussion eii;a,n'd on In.. | 
Watson's amcndnient. The Rev. Dr. 
J. C. Antcllff prop<j8lng tliat the words. 
"aiid infalUbJe teacher" should be ad- i 
.ded to the attributes which w:ere a.s-r 
signed to the Deit"y. The mover and 
seconder of the resolution saw no olt- 
jectlon«, but other 'delegates demur- 
red on the grounds that it was heces- 
sary to_understand how these words | 
would affect the case in point The ■■ 
Clialr ruled that the words Could not \ 
be added as It had already ordered the 
vote-to be'taken. '•■ - ' . 

■^ The vote on the aiheiadihent result^ 
ed a.v£oilows: For l!i!5 against KL 

The amendment as adopted at first 
did not contain the concluding sen- 1 
tonce—whlch was su^jsequently moved 
as an addition by Mr. N. W. Rowell, 
K.C. The Rev. Dr. " Antcllff in nee- 
onding this resolution sal.d that he did 
8<J to save the conference frotn hav- 
ing It go abroad that it voted iigalnst 
the infallibity of Christ The motion 
for the reconsideration and amend- 
ment of Dr. Watson's resolutlcnrwas 
carried by an almost unanimous volt,;, 

Departmon^bf Finance 

The conference decided yesterday to 
establish a department of finance with 
Mr. T. R. Parker as secretary. Mr. 
Parker has already initiated a scheme 
of church financing, which Is meeting 
with considerable success. The gencrul 
conference sptciai committer will ar- 
range the salary to be paid Mr. Parker 
as well'/s othsr 'details connected with 
Xci>. new uepartimnt. 

~ Appreciation of the work being Car- 
ried on by the Christian Stewardship 
movement was expressed by the dele- 
gates. This movf ment is. In charge of 
the Pev. R. \y. Woodsworth. and in 
connection with it ar quarterly maga- 
zine, called "The, ('hrlstlan Steward" 
is published, The suggestion was 
riiade that the mlsaluiiary and other 
general departments should .contribute 
to this propaganda In viev(i o^ the fact 
that every department was Ijeneflited 
by its work. . ■ '' ■ , . 

' It was decided that the generat sup- 
erintendents aiiould enter on their 
duties forthwith, The Rev. Dr, Chown 
wlii continue to t.ike clmrge of the 
temperance and, nn nil iof>rm depart- 
ment until such lime as ihe Rev. Dr; 
A. T. Moore can be relieved of his 
work as secretary of the ' Lor 
Day Alliance movement. 

Recommendations of the committee 
on .salaries have been adopted as fqJ- 
lowis: General superintendents. tS,000 
per usnnum each With a residential al- 
lowance of J 700; honAe missionary 
secrctarj:. $2,300; foreign missionary 
ffooretary, $2,300; secretary of educa- 
tion. $'i.300; editor of the »t>uafdlan, 
$2,300; editor of the Sunuday_ school I 
papers, $2,300; senior supeclntendent i 
of missions. $2,000; seca-etary of Sun- I 
day schools and Ei>werth Leagiies,^ 
$2,000; jvnd secretary of the Young 
People's movement. $2,000. 

A resolution ^deprecating -the keep- 
ing of gigantic armaments by ' the 
various first class po.vvers and Invok- 
ing the Hague tribunal to put an end, | 
as far as possible to the war pre- I 
parations was passed. The resorption 
contained ah arrangement for the set- I 
ting aside of the Surfday before the 
.24th. of iViay each year for the preach- 
ing of peace sermons In the varioi'is 
Methodist, churches of the Dominion. 

In view of the fact that Canada Is 
becoming a military an4 naval nation 
it was deckled to form anarmv and I 



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Rest Room 

for Ladies on 

Second Floor. 

Use it! 



TOURISTS WELCOME HERE 

A shop like ours is an attraction for the visitor v/ithin these 
borders, and we want to extend a cordial invitation to such as are 
now here to coriie in and look us over, as often as they like. 

Nq obligation to purchase need be felt, but if any thing is want- 
ed as a keepsake of the visit, we will gladly pack same for safe 

carriage. < / / 

There's no end of fascintapng little things in/imported china. 



Extra Good 


Showing of 


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01 the Very Latest Ideasi in French, Swiss and British 



Methodism. These principles were 

based on clearly def lned,4iindamental 1 hiKh"tul"Vho8e''of 

positions m their standards of -doc- ■ "^" "* '"*'^*' • 



navy board which will deal vVlthmat-J 
tors connected with _ those depart- j 
ments. • *■ , . 1 

The minimum salaries of ministers 1 
and probationers was decided upon. as| 
follows: Ordained married- men '^tnj 
the East — not less than iaDO per an- i 
num; unmarried men, $700;,. proba- 
tioners, $500j .orilalned married men j 
in the West. $1,000; unmarried, $800; 
probationers, $600., In comientlon with I 
these salary recommenda'tlontk which} 
were adopted, a strong complaint was i 
raised against the discrlminatidn be- i 
tween married and single ministers, I 
It being pointed out that the expenses 
of the liattei' were very often just as ' 
married minlsrter's. ' 




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which Wesley adhered, was that of the 
fundapiental principle of liberty of 
conscience.' The Deltj' . of Christ and 
the authority of the Woird of God 
were fundamental doctrines from 
which the church could not depaf't. 
"So far as the Faculty of, Victoria Col- 
lege is concerned," said , the speaker, 
"th^re Js not a man there who docs 
not believe, and who does not ^yjach, 
In ys strong a way as the mov*r of 
this resolution, or any o,ther man on 
tiie floor of this conference, these two 
fundamental and essential doctrines 
with all his heart." 

Continuing he pointed* out that no 
church dealt with allegations of 
heredy in a fairer way than their own 
and the conference was the place 
where such a matter.' shotiFd be dealt 
with In calnrrirrss and deliberation. Dr; 
\Vat«on's amendment stm^'med iip the 
position which tlio conffrence should 
take. As chemists differed In their an- 
alysis so higher eritic.s differed in 
their theories on any and all scientifr- 
1c <iue»tlons. Miglier 'Titlcism was 
Irnight in hone yf the Methoilist col- 
b'ges as a' principle, iuit at the samp 
lime therr' Were things which 'it had 
brought to ilKlit which hatl receivi*(l 
tile sanction ii i Kreat nufjority in 
f 'hristendom. < >n the other hand, 
111' nicM had emanatetl i^ront Cicrmany 
wbi'b were liardly wortli cni'r'Mera- 
tioii These fJerman tht?orl( it- 

trihuted in large tnoasiire t ' ict 

■ no St udciif ■ 
Hiclor id' |d ' 
Inu' been the a n ^ r 
advanced som<' 



frdm treing married. Another delegate 
pointed out that the cxtrji salary often 
Induced ministers to rush Into the 
married state with undue deliberation. 

Res erve lay delegates to the EeiJm- 
enlcal Congress to be held in Toronto 
next year were appi>lnted ail follows: 
Dr. Sweet,, Br. Inch, Hon. 0. A. Cox, 
and Mr. Q. F. Johnston. 

The conference anticipates conclud- 
ing its lainirs tonight,, but a conslScr-^ 
able number of report.^ from commit- 
tees have yet to be heard. A large 
number of the delegates are returning 
to their homes, anid the personnel of 
the gathering has already dwindled' to 
less than. 2Q0 members. 



BR/V\^E ENGINEER- 



Seriously Injured While Sticking to | 
His Post in Order to Save 

Passengers 



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Witllol 



frt-TKBURtii, Pa... Auf. ii9^»ngine«r 

Israel f/. Bnindtfl nervf^'saved train No. 
S (d' the Kort Wayne division of the, 
Peim.'iiylvQnia; railway, witli its' load of 
.sleeping. Iiassengers. f rom -'w •wfeck in 
the Union stnt'oii yeslerday. A cap 
on the pipe <llreelly above the throttle i 
blew oft'. I'Mia:' l.>..',- voliitTteS of hot i 
Steam. 'I'a, ni.niaii Jmniied and 
caiJod Willi .^diKlii 

stuck to lli:-i Tlosl 
.mil Uirt^ lint il lie 

;i, :• -a i,id':1llC 



ill jiii II •■., tmt Hi-andt | 
w nil ldl.><|. iin>,' lijindi: ' 
bail, liroii^,'lii I 111. till ai 
ItA' thi.'' I line la- w ,1, 
fidl from th.- 



■•■■■•' a • ; in 

! ai isr; .'" ai- 

li,.lll.^ .-, ;i.. Word Id (.1.0 ,i,s the 

standards of the church defined these 

doctrines? Tiie practice of taking 

single sentences out of Dr. .lackson's 

boi/k and' using them against the pro- 

' or was to be deplored. The cdn- 

I tice ,would he doing a very foolish 

tiling by settling thi.s mntiof liy vote. 

Mr. N. W. Howell. KC. In uphold- 

iiij.; till; idatid talan by Ciiama.dlor 



n 

(In 
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and 



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for the purpiise of ca; 

various Imiirovements 
on A avenui! is to Ih' n- 
WHterworks sy.steni to bt 
iiiU'rove4» 



i oruni'ii i 

viaduct j 

ulIU JUUi tile : 

considerably ' 



Tabic 




over 




. Never before in th^ history of this ^torehaVe- we been fortunate chough to offer the equal of fliis col- 
lection of -Table Govers?. We-have just uiipaicked a shipment of some of the daintiest French, Swiss, and 
British creations itjiasever been out-goocT fortune to place price tickets on. ^ _^ 

These include the very'newest ideas in tapestry, serge and printed creations, and shmv what is latest 
and most favored in the fa'shion centres of the world. Tapestry table covers.of smart design are now used 

very extensively by the leatiing homekeepers of the land. — ^ — .— 

' We have received these direct from the best factories — factories famed for quality, and who employ the 
best designers in the world. You are assured the tiest both in quality and design. . . 
DUaii't 4'»iss them — come in today. - 

{berty Art Tabic Covers Irom 50c "Eacli - 

One of the most intcrcstino lines of Table Co vers included in this latest shiprnent is a 
Lrbertv Art creations. Our former offerings in these have proved most popiilar with \ ictona 
in'aesijrn that vve know they'll be even more \<?elccfme than the earlier shipments. 

Cntne in and .see the attractive designs-^frnd the big choice offered. You'll like them, 
with tlie price range and the values, for we have them priced frotn, each 50<. 



is a li-i I if those most popular 
n>, ;fiul these are so tinttsual 



SWISS tAPESTRY 

The Swiss Tapestry Table Covers 
ax£.jipl£miyiJmvr4ini£ei_*t;y:k§ 
ly (le^iraiyfi^for bungalow. They come 
in attraaive patterns, and in Red atld 
Green and Green and Red combina 
tit ins. These "are washable and a splen- 
did inexpensive table covef. 

Size 54in; x 54in.at $1.75 

,Si/c 7_'inl'^x 7a4-n. at .$3.50 

Jti-'i the thing for liinch room, break- 
fast r-ii 'HI or bfedroom. 

V^ggOL TAPESTI^Y 

The.-c are*ricTi iand" handsome table 
coveftvia wool, tapestry— solid colter 
centres with Oriental borders, and are. 
reversible, .giving on the rc'vense .-^ide 
an attractive all-over Oriental design. 
Splendid quality. 

Size 2 X 2^ J yards at . .$8.50 

Size 2 X. 2 \;ir<U at . .., .,^$T.00. 

Similar i>t\K' with Oriental pattern 
and coloriiii:^ at. a lower price. 
Size 2 X _* \ d, iiU a' I 



Sie'.e.2 X 



\ aia!^ at 



$5.50 
$6.50 



FRENCH TAPESTRY . 

Here is something, handsome in a 
French Tapestry Table Cover. The 
pattern is air Oriental effect on a, grey 
ground and makes a very rich creation. 

Size 2X2 yards at . $6.50 

Si/c _' X 2' _. yards at ..." $8.00 

.Aimthcr ii^iu' cf French tape.stry 
cloths arc showi; in these. Quality is 

\ervfine. Oriental effects. 

t . . 

Size 2 X 2 yards at ... ... 

Size .2 X 2,', J yards at . . . , 
Size 2 ' .. X vards at ..... 

FRINGED COVERS 

Here's a fringed tapestry table cover 
for sojncoiie looking for an attractive 
low-'pftetd table cover. In crini>Mn and 
gold or" green and gold. 
Size 2X2 yards at ........ . . 

Others in. crimson and goh 
.anil .l;i 'Id. 

Size 2 X 2 yards at 

Size 2.. X 2j'j 'yards at 



. .. $7.50 

$9.50 

$10.50 



$1.85 

or olive 

$3.75 
$5.00 



.\nd you'll also be delighted 

FRENCH VERDURE 

This i.s a rich and^ery attractive pat- 
tern, in ;^, si)lendi<l quality French tap- 
estrv. It's-ii table cover stvle you'll 
like.' ^ . 

$3.00 

. .$5.50 



hizc I ' . X 1 ' ; \ ard> at 
Size 2 X 2 yards at . . . 



$7.50 
$8.50 



■Size 2'.!' X 2 yarris at . , 

Size _' \ 3 yards at . . . .• 

ALL WOOL SERGE COVERS 

1 Icic i.'- -I uncthing nice for tho.se who 

"are j)artial. to solid color effects. These 

are excellent qudlity and very stydish in 

ai)j)earance. In either dark green or 

Criiii.^i Ml. ' 'T~ - 



Size 2 X, 2 .yards, at- . 
Size 2 X 3J.4 yai"ds at 
Size 2x3 y^rds at ^ . 



$4.50 

$5.50 

.,$6.50 



PERSIAN DES:^GNS 

\ ei \ attractive Persian designs on a 
sjtlendi'i quality French tapestryT A 
stvlish table cover. 



Sjze I'/j X ijj yards at 



..$3.50 



NeMi .Liberty Bed Spr calls Jus! in Today 



/\ Liberty .\n. Bedspread certainly' atlds' greatly to the attractiveiics 
ishetj" .Tpi)earance not possible in the ordinary bed.spread. 

■.\ii.l these are ea.sily prieed— marked so that anyone may own one., or iiifMC 
green and i)ink and green, etc. -^ize 2}^^ yards x 3 y.lrds at $5.00. 

.\ better <iualit'V ih simijar designs on •i-''.plen'did quality taffeta. Size -'].•, x 3 yards at ■.^9.50, 



f the bedroom. They give the bed a "fin- 
I'lock i)rinted designs ia mauve and 



J 



Have Yoe Sece Tl 



lese 



Down Quilts 



.•\n advance shipment m tlie nandso,mcst down (|uills. vve have sJiovvn.- If you haven't inspectedTlVese 
newest adTtitioiis we strongly advise an early visi^to tlic second floor. The season is' almost upon us, and 
here's an opnortunitv to seciire something ui>usually nice, lixcellent as wedding gifts. 



$13.50 



See these. . 

6x5 feet, at. . 

Here is a popular-priced' 
down quilt and a styl? that'll 
certainly , please. Centre 
panel of small design with 
Persian border. The reverse 
side in solid cojor. We have 
the.s<: in 'mauve, green or 
blue. 

This is a most attractive 
' style, and the price is verv 
reasonable, at 



$13.50 



1 5.00 



See these. 
6x6 feet, at . 

Gorgeous Chintz, effects in 
finest French sateen and 
satin bands in plea.sing pan- 
eljug makes 'a, most attrac- 
livc quilt! . The reyersesidc 
i.s covered in a fine French 
sateen chintz effect. 

This is 4 largp quilt, filletJ 
with best down and made in 
best possible ^ manner. 
Priced— — 



SI, -5.00 



$17.50 



See these. 
6x5 feet, at 

A. panelled coiubin'aTion of 
plain bamN and pretty I'er- 
.sian effects in an all-silk sat- 
in maki'. This is. a very 
stylish (|iiilt. Materials the 
\ery be-^t and wotkmans-hi]). 
too. Reverse side is covered 
in Frchcli art sateen. 

A pretty quilt you'll sure- 
ly like. Priced at 

$17.50 



$20.00 



See these, v- 
6x6 feet, at 

Here is a handsome quill' 
panelled in all-silk satin-— 
.Ijcaujiful. 'Persian effects 
wit It plain bands. The re- 
verse side is covered with a 
dainty French art sateen. A 
well made and finely finish- 
ed quiit— best down. Large 
size, . '' 

Handsome, light, warm—* 
easily,, priced- at- 



$20.00 



Ciii) 



iji New Down Q 



■ A down quilt is warm and light and' far more sanitary and desirable bed covering for Iktle folks as well as^"gro;vn- 
ups." These are by far the daintiest crib down quilts we have shown, and we shall be pleased to show you the lot. .You 11 
find them on the second floor. - ' 



C-RIB QUILT Q| ra 

, 3 x 2 feet .......,.;..,.. ^:A-*>^ 

Covered with finest Fretich Art 
Sateen. N ■ ' '"y attractive-pattern. 
.,8esi ,«|Walit;y down. Well -made. 
Priced %btly nt 

^ $1.50 ■ 



CklB QUILT. 12.23 

3x4 feet • ?v'*i'»**'^ 

A specially dainty pattern in fine 
Frencli .\rt Sateen, makes this a desir- 
able quilt. Best quality down.' Priced 

at — ■■ ■ ■■'.:■■■. 

$2.25 



CRIB QUILT 

3x2 feet .......... 

.\ "handsoitie quilt, 
plain "silk with' hrocad( 
with best qn.llily dou 
ship the best. At— — 

$3.25 



$3.25 

crui-ieii with 
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Out-i f-Town 

Orders 

Packed nnd 

Shipped Free 




Ladies! 

Use Our 

Rest 

JRoom 



i'AMED FOR FINE FURNITURE 



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Tue$d«y, August 30, 1910 



VICTORIA DiVILY COLONIST 



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September 
Records 



Now Delight Visitors to the 
, Montelius Edison and 
Victor Parlors 




>C{M1 



ihr 



I 
.\1 1 \\ .ill. r 1 ■.(iMi> liu- icuini'il t') I 

M • • 

aI I-. I In ■Jil K I It .'I I Mill' ,( IIS w.is :i 
\ |.^i|,.r in llii 1 it > .i\ (I- llii- w 1 cU-iil'l, 

« * 

Mr. Wlmi'ii bflscr )ol't .\'oaleiilii>' mi 
a liusini's.s trip ti) \'auco\i vor. 
• » • 

M r. .1. II. I l:i i\ lli.iriilhw ,i \\<- ii :nU r 

,,|' 1 hf. Sim 1:1 ! i-Jl < l|'l" '■'^1 I I'Ml, I.N >1" .'. M 

U '111 Nana inin f'M' a I 'A ila> -', j 

, ' - * -' I 

■ I lis (Idhiii- III' 1.1' al' aai.I -i ^.x ■ IH'T | 
iind Mrs. riifTsini nluinid Itnni Ihij 
MainlaiKl i.>n Siimla.s ; 

« • « I 

AI r .1 r \|. I .. ...| iMv-i,, , i,.r -f la-u,il | 
iilliia-.-, I . lui lail 1 1 'Mil ,1 la, -Maialaiul uii 

Suiidu.v. "- * . 

* i^ « 

,Mi-. U. M. \\ lii.si'dw, iPruviiicial llor- 
, ikMiltiiriRt. Is \isiliiipr (Oregon and 
I WasliiiiKlun. 



fcal'i/s in the 
.\|i)iitoliu-. WimlMu, A\yait-. ■ 
ing Adoption 1)\ sotjTC j^ddtl 
\ ictoria Family. 

'I'lir I .atcsl and ./Bcsst 1 'i 

livtry thing Mwskai fs Ji^ 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1:04 Government Street 
Corner Fuft Si. 'I'd. .\x 



Tatiow, 



IS. Tawnshfiulitf "i \ 
ing— Mitli 111';- isiater, 



V'aiifuuvpr, Is 
Mrw. U. U. 



a jpriiminria .\iiarir.in jinlillelllliS 
laaisi' la iiiaKr, ii iiiiinlii r ol' pluiU)- 
jfruidiK- \ a \\ AS aii<l !jk(:ti.-h< > illuslra- 
\\\,- or I la ( lau'actcrlstii' I'falurcs of 
t h" Ki"i '-'I I" " I""' li' 111 ili^i I i' ' 

AI 1 I ■ .\ I 111 ria !■ .a .\|(:sHrs. IL, \' ■ 
\\ 111, h .^ 1". I. Id I'ii X a.stiTday fur 
Nflsan wlici'i' ha and ,\li:'. r'ut. liar 
\\\\\ spend a shai't Indidav. .Mr 1'. I.. 
Stalilr.Mrliiriidl "f \'aiu'ain ■ r \' iH !• ■ j 
aa\ •• ,\| r l''alrlii-r dnrtiiK Iiih a a- > r,. .-. | 

\l 1 ( . r I oil \\\\<' I ■ ( I ni I 'Id I 

111-, 1111 ai ( .si;. Ill Llhilaa' in I la' • .'U''' n j 
' liaiNdU'-. Islands Ims rclurued !■> iln' i 
. ii , Irani , •.Ionian rlvar wiiora h'^ lia 1 
III .-11 liH'atlOK .**i)na .aldai-aial lai' 1 ., 
rsls, ila will ,lfa\ ■ ! 'I lla- Snaial in 
••i lew da.\s. " > ■ . 




Curls, Faffs, Bralda ancl 

Trausformations iu nil 

Styles at 



.MRS. KOSCHE'8 HAlR- 

DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phone 1175 Douglas St. 



Real L 



T H E 

ace Shop 

Uaces and insertions In \vhltt> 
ecru, cofljpe, blaik -rttifl . nonffoti 
•olors, frttsii 20c to ?5.00 yard. 

1214 Broad St. 



Mr. and Airs, borne C, Ivxje have re- 
turned to' the Mainland. viVter a p)ea8- 
unt visit witlJ friend!* in tbJft City. 

; , , • * %»■•/:■. .. • 

Dr. AlU«on, president of Mount Alli- 
son University, with .\Irsj. .Vlli^on, has 
left tor ftomej 

■l ;■". t ,,;•■■•• * 

Mr. W. fe Scwtt, l)ppi,ii,\*iMuii.stor a.C 
AKvjieullni-e. has been ..spending the 
^eok-ond t>n Salt Spring IslaJuU. 
' * 1' • • 
Mom W. J. nowser, Actlngr-Premter 
and Altorn^.v-tJeneral,- returned from 
\ incouS'cr yesterday afternoon. 
' ■ . _ _ _ » » • ■ ' . 

Aldornian and Mra. Raymond re- 
turned on Sunday from » wecli end 
visit to Seattle. ' ''^^ . 

♦ • • % ■ , 

.Mr. and Mra. Shallcross of this city 
left last iriBht for the Kaatern pro- 
vlmes. where Mra. ShiiUcross will 

siund some time. 

• • • 

Mrr-W. .1. Goopel, Provineial Inspec- 
tor of Offlces, has returned from an o/-, 
filial vlijit to h'ort George and Btir- 
kerHvillc. /jEj 

-L • a « '^ 

Mr. Stuart Henderson, former rcprn- 
!<entattvp for Yale In the Provincial 
I.esislature. was a visitor in the city 

ye»terda.\ . 

•_ « • 

Mrs. «. H. (;ibbon.«, and the Misses 
-Anita ;ind Marjorle tilbbons. returned 
Sunday from visiting friends on the 
I'roviriclal Mainland.- 

_ . o • • 

.\Jrs. ('. F. Glldersleeve, of Kingston, 
Ortf.; and Mrs. G. H. . Herehmer, of 
Vhieapjo. are visitors in the city guests 
at the Urlard. 

.Ntrn. \Vm. Iveay^ and son. Qordoh. 
vyhii have been visiting her sister, Mrs. 
./. 1.,. .MactJregor, St., James street, fur 
the j>HHt si-ven weel<!^. tia\i l-'i t lor 
thi'ir home in ftegina. 



Airs. I<e\> and Mis's Keatrltr I,e\y, 
2 I of Vunciitiver, who have been \isltlnK 
« I With \'letorla friemls. hav^' returned to 
! tijiir homo on ihe Mfrtliland. 



Madame Russcli 

shampooing an, j 
Manicuring 



and all kinds of Itatr work' made to 

order " 
715 OOtJBTEWAT ST.. PK017E 183fe. 



The very finest Elbcrta Pre- 
serving Peaches at. per 
craic S^l.15 

Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar^^ 
Rubbers 

(live Is Yonr •( )f(Icr X'l'xv. 
Sat l.-faei inn < ■luirsiitccd 



A. Pooi, Grocery 



'>',il'> .'•U. 

Phone lis. 



(';rorcr>' 



.Mrs. J. J. Jones and Miss JOnes. of 
Vuneouver, are the guests of .the for- 
tner's daughter, Mr«. Sydney C. Uur- 

ton.' ' ' 

. . • • • 

Hon. l>r. \"ounK, provincial- Secretary 
and Minister of Kdueatiori, returned on 
Suiula\ - from a visit to Vcinoouvi'v, 
.Vew Westminster and the Ootjultlam 
Retreat. . . ■ Vi^ 

' • ♦ • 

Mr. Sydney < '. Hyke. formerly of the 
Colonist sf.'iff. this .year's Rhode* 
sehrrtar from IJrit'ish t'olumbla. Is loav- 
Injt fodhy for England and historic 
< ).vford, taking a course preparatory to 
thi' study i)f niedieine, 

.\lr. and Mrf>. .1. .1. Shallcross have 

returned from a, short visit with Mr; 

(anil Mrs. Percy Shallcross, at \'aticou- 

I \*er. Mr. Shallcross is leaving this 

I week on a short oaratern trip. 



j .\li- ai'id .Mrs. and Miss, taring of 
: l-'ullon. itreRtui left last night, on the 
j PrIncesSs Charlotte fyr Seattle, After 
I spending a very enjoyable holiday 
I with John U'. HIack. -Tii't Rose slrCt't. 

; .Majoi .1 ijani-',, K \,, India, who 

.has been spendmn a lew (laj'g with 

.Mr. and Mrs. tjeo. A.. Stewart, Beach- 

[ brire. Oak Haj- Went to Duncans on 

Ttie.sday afternoon, 'fhey will .return 

I ill a. day or two. * 

'• ' * • • 

.Mr. Edgar t'liild .is visiting Fort 

ii I George, having be«|n comniiasioned by 



Sir Wiirrid^s Compliments to the Ladies of Victoria 

iMuiMK Ills visil to lliiH city. Sir Wilfrid l>;iurler said thai he liad never 
seen a tOAvh the size Of Victoria with as many beautiful women. Now 
ladies, keep up your reputation. •-Remember your hands should- bn a 
part of yotir beauty as well as yolir face. A phone call will hrint; 

Mdlle. Edythe ( Mniiiciirlst) at an.v liwir of ilio d!i\. I'hone 1.-1 IL"; 



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MEN OF TASTE 



Men who pride themselves 
on their ability to sekct an<i 
wear good clothes-'^corrtct: 
clothes — may now have the 
pleasure of seeing the choicest 
models and the newest fabrics 
for Fall wear, tf they will call, 

"just for a, look." * ~~ 

We see that ev«;ry suit we sell is perfectly fitted 
to the figure. 

Styles for the coming season are within the 
bounds of grace and of good form. 

Coats in ^twb or three buttpn^models, medium 
lengtlls, liberal and graceful lapels.' broad and me- 
dium slnoulders, the back tracing the figure. The 
Vest of medium heiglit, the Trousers of conservative 
width, with a hane; of dignity. 

Suitsat$15,$20,$25to$35 

ALLEN & CO. 

fit-keform wardrobe 



LEXERS TO THE EDITOR 

civic Iiabor«r«' Wag-e». ^ ' 

Kirjr-l'ermlt me the privilege of vcn- 
(urins, my opinions on a (luestlon thiU 
has been decided on by,fthe city coan<il, 
and. one, in wjiieh the 'writer is vitally 
interested. ' . •, • 

The Laborers' Proteollvo 'ABSOclation 
oC this city, tjon.sistine mostly, of civic, 
cmployetis. met about li fortniglil a^o 
to dbseusH the (piestlon Of wages. After 
careful deliberations -ihey decidSff' that 
It w^s imper.atlve thai an increase on 
ibo present wages febould be granteil. 
Care was Jaken to moke such reiiacsli* 
us should appeal to the civic falrbers as 
being rcasoiiable. The result was that 
a scul6 was drawn up amount hfg to 
what was -considewMj — a— -toir- increase, 
it was as follows: Respotwible fore- 
men,- 14.00;' engineers; »3.50; bUck- 
Kmltlis._>;».50; rock dTlllers. »3.0e and 
laborers, $'i.75 per day 

It was conslderetl, tlau .a^ statistics 
both front iJradstreet and the Dominion 
department of labor-had proven that the 
cost of llA^Ing had increosed ai a greater 
rate than that of wages, that the de- 
mands on their part were justified. In 
this city Itself, the. cost of living has 
arisen to enormous proportions, while 
the Increase in wages have been insig 
iiiflcant rt should be borne In 
also" that In Vancouver, general labor- 
ers get J2.R0 Tier itay of 8 hours, and 
with apuroxtmately the same staitdard 
of living in vogue. The scale of wages 
before mentioned wa« therefore sent to 
the city council for iheir consideration. 
The result has been published in the 
local newspapers. 

In spite of the fact that the city en- 
gineer thought the reqbests within the 
bounds of reason, the mayor and alder- 
men thought otherwise. It Is really 
surprlKltig how glibly these cheap dein- 
I agngi'ips can come before the cllbsens 
and extol themselves to, the hlgiiesi 
heaven as the friends of. the worklng- 
mon. It Is sllU more eurprislng how 
wi-11 the oracles works wltUsome of the 
workers. When ii is remomberfd how 
we|l they.nillled to ^he support of th.c 
present ipayor at the last municipal 
election, one canrtot . help sayliig wltli 
'thepoet "WliB* fools theae, niortuls 
be."' I differ vciy widely with the at 
titiide taken by be who tMCUpies the 
mayoralty chair In the present vounci! 
What be has d«>ne for tho workers la 
the past, it has been-WgWy aiipreclated 
but at ilie same time. I fear that whai 
'bo has said and done at the last meet 
Ing of the, streets commUtee. will itav. 
lost for himself the support and appre- 
ciirtl'on of the workers of the city. It la- 
very fine talk about the irten getting, 
what thi-y are worth. He would l>e a 
very poor worker who didn't do eneugh 
work to Warrant Jilm In asking $3.00. 
let alone J'i.TJ B*.?r day. Working 
with the pick and sliovel In the hard 
-subsoil (luring tha 'summcr'a broillhg 
heat and "p to bis vvaste_ln mud anil 
Slush during the cold, wet winter 
months, be earns every cent if his 
wages. 70 look at It from the standpoint 
of the eoHt of Ifving, he ought toJ>e 
getting J3.&0 per da.v. .Vfler all. who 
is to decide whetlier the, men ai:e doing 
sufficient or novr' According to' the r.e-, 
port It is' left/in tli<- bands of the city 
engineer to p/y bs 'he •se.es fit. and how 
will that, be/ilone? TbrouRli the fore- 
men. It caii/therefoie. be expected that 
if a epr-tainl man is not a favorite of 
the boss. no\biatler bow good he .may 
be. he may. h»ve to work for less than 
oibers. The only class- of workeris that 
tb« decision of the city eouncil will 
benellt will be those who happen to be- 
lotiK to the same lodges or organiza- 
tions that the fdremeii belong to; This 
is not the only' time that the renuests 
of labor Tiafve been disregarded by the 
same 'Wlv of men. There was a i>etl- 
tion some time ago from ^hpwork.Ts on 
tbfe ^-arterworks department which met" 
the sri-me fate At their Viands. 

I.et every worker take bote, what kind 
of men Ihesf are who pose as "ihe 
friends, of the Workers." Let„fhl» be 
remembered ai Nie next municipal elec- 
tion. _ .JOHN 1>. MARTIN. ', 

Tbtt OcaarsI Ooaf«r»n«* and Soclaliain. 
■ sir: — Certain remarks by delegate Itev. 
Henry Haigh concernlrVg Hoelalism as re- 
ported lii the conferenee' Bulletin of the 
I'tb leave a rej>pO»*mUity resting on the 
conference as to whether such retnarka 
are to he permitted 10 go down to history 
tirmueetloned. To those who have not 
anulyaied the subject the siatements re- 
ferred to niay apix a i.. 1 .1 int paB>i- 
ing importance. 

When it is considered that wage-'Siav- 
ery Is. a more Intense form ihari that of 
(battel Slavery which precetled M, the 
importance of his remarks mwy be leal- 
fzed. t beg to auly»it the following,, to 
emphasize the responsibility resuing 



Unless You Have Been Fitted With One Of The 

Latest Models Of 

J^homson's ''(Jlovc- 
Fittiiig'' Corsets 



}ou- caiT hin^c iiu cuuceptiou of the perfection to which your figure v.. 
"^~ ; can be moulded. • -~ 

"Tliere 'is something almost indescribable about these new 
models. They arc designed to the very latest figure lines, with 
])racticaU y ' no vvai.st an d tlffe long close-fitting skirt over the hips, 
buf there is also something about them that makes style and figure, 
which cannot be described. ' ' ■ 




5i 






ITHOMSOIAS 1 1 , 
i-OLOVE-FTTTlNG' 
CORSETS 



Tn vStyle No. 40 w e have models and sizes for every figure. There is one exactly 
suited to }ou. The materTaTTs of special quality, and will retain its shape, the boning is 
guaranteed rust-proof, and there are four of the yery best button clasp garters fitted 
froui and sides. 

pecial Value, $1.25 a Pair 





1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



Latest Ideas In High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Glove«. 
Morley's Hosiery. 
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 



gi%a 




'20 1 Government Street 



Victon.i 



on 
this conference and to sec how aWiamed 
we may be. in the neat- ftitnre to look 
l)ack (iver the records of past aetlons: 

In May of 1886 the tJenSral Confer- 
ence of the MetttodlSt church hiet 'In 
Cincinnati, the metropolis of the free 
state of Ohio. 

, ' (Jn May 10 'a meeting of ia«> .\nil- 
.slavery Society was held and was 
attended bj*' the Rev. jlJti'. Lovejrty, tvho 
! was afterwards killed -by amobwlu de-' 
fending his, press in Alton, 111,, arid one 
other delegate. —^ — • 

On May -IS -Rev. S. C. RozeH-iwesented 
In the conf^ercnce llio- folld>wlng pre^ 
amide and resoJutlonri,;,..^ ' . , 

---Whereas, great /exciterneni has per- 
vaded -the country on the subject of 
modern abolltlopism; which. Is reptit^fed 
to have been Inct'CaiEed In' this city re- 
cently by the tinjusf if l-ftble conduct of 
two members of- Oie General Conference 
leeluring upon and in favor of tlmt ligit- 
fitliiff topic; and ■ ■ , ' . 

• Wliereas, such a eotirs* on th« part 

aif any of Its members Is calculated to 

bring upon this body the «n.«»i>lcion titid 

listnisi of the conuntmity anVl-Thiisrepfe-, 

ent Us .sentiments 1ft regjurd ' t*^ the 

a'^lnts 'at issue.'; and. ■ , ';•''■)',...' 

■Wlvereas. In this aspedt of tih* daae,' a 
dnc reg.ird for |ts own character, as well 



ivual confei;erice, that they aie decidedly 
opposed to- modern abolitionism, and 
wbollv .llscUtm any rtgHt. wisb (o- in-, 
tontion to interfere In the civil and 
political relation between master and 
slave, as, II exists In the ^'lave-holdlBg 
Mates of Ibis union." - 

The rewlutltms wore ndapte.l iiy a 
vote of one bimdred and twenty-two to 
eleven! The tUher denominations at the 
time tooi< similar aetbm, but this uuota- 
tioh Is chosen to bring home the gravity 
of the lease. 

■Mr. HaiK.li fi.ius' t lait in j-;ia;i:aal. men 
arc revoiting ■ .i(;:iinst coniiieiii ion and 
co-opera1i.in Is takinR its plaa. In the 
fnlted State.s iht; cry is again.si .o-oper- 
atlon and, national action soufjiit to li y 
to compel the eontitiuafjon of lompett- 
tlon. but the only ouestlon i.f injerest. In 
either ca.se Is; Who owns ihe ox? 

lie states that men, have been pinch- 
ing their rlvaU back 'that ,tbey may. 
swell ItUo eiiornuniN proportions. The 
5tb chapter of .lanies tells all abinit 
that, and to get a" scientific nnalvsis of 
tlie. statements therein contained and 
«ls« inade l>\: <ieleK.-»te Halgh. he must, go 
to Marx ann'Umw44i. — _SL<i_jaipei»£iliince 
or. theological uian r will give It. 
. Me states: riie fundamental principle 
of British civilization is legard for the 
individual "■ Sure: but' Mr. Halgh has in 
mind tbv (jivillzation of the past only. 
Which has beeh^ a Isontlnuous change. 
The order is cbaluBe, and we note In the' 
••abandimment of the old economb' con- 
ditions In Kngbmd. • As Jftmes, the utb, 
tells concerning tlie great centrsllaailon 
of wealtn. so does he ,tell of the next 
Btep'followhiK^ Hud It is to the hext step. 
Mr. lialgh is iibjectlng. 

••Individualism"' That is i lia s traw 
tnan oi ila .vii'il-.^'-K-laMst I'nion m Kng- 
land. ■ - . 

Did anyone cm i- know a Hociallsl wbrt 
Is.not, an intensf indlvlduailat? Anyone 
wiio in tonMdiHuce with a sense of just- 
ice becofnes an' active supporter of vm 
unpopular movenieiit. mtJst be. So<;lal- 
Isnt i-et'itilres that every tub, shall sta.rid 
on Its own bottorn. .Kvery ab^c bodied 
Indtvldual Vhall earn' his living l».V tlie 
'sweat of his own face. In fact It is ihi.s 
groWng individayliiy on the part of th«? 
wagle ftrorkers and sympathizers that is 
at the root of the ■'abandonment of the 
old economic condiawn of ISpglapd. " and 
clse\?liere altkf>. , 

The\l«8B tti society who feed, ploihe 



ship o.f the means whereby all the people 
must live Is rapidly becoming centralized 
to the extent that the useful class, after 
bavltig fed. clothed Btpd sheltered all of 
Ihe people are finding their chances of 
being themselves. r«l. clothed and shel- 
tered are vanisbii'ig In proportion to the 
Ini-rease In ('entralissaltijon. Is It not the 
Socialist, with his individuality who is 
siejiping out anri demaridmg that this 
dividing up process shall cease and that 
es'cb Individual shall enjoy the full fruit 
of hl» labor? ' • 

What Delegate Haigh has to afiy con- 
cerning '"regard for the Indlvidiial", Isae- 
cepted by the ."Socialist, only he, expresses ' 
It by the term "general advantage.' 
which leaves no groimd for mls-appllca- 
llon. W. J. LEDINGHAM. 



g Chinese Contraband Good*. 
.\El.SON. B. C., Aug. '^a.—An Im- 
portant selziire of opium and (ihineso 
spirits has been made by the Rossland 
tustonjet officers. In a consignment of 
merchandise addressed to the tjhineso 
firm of Tal No Long were found scores 
of pounds of . opium, htipdreds of 
pounds of Chinese tobacco and a large 
quHutlty of. Chinese whisky. The im-' 
portatlon of opium is forbidden and 
the duty oli tobacco 1^ r>5 per t-ent per 
pound. The Chinaman present at. thP 
examlnrttlon of the cases decamptjd 
when the customs officials Insisted oii 
the opening of the box in which the 
first contraband was found. He was 
later apprehended, as also the other 
members of the firm. They were sub- 
sequently released on bail of tliree 
thousand dollar^ each. , > 



!hf- 



as a just concern for 

aiuircU C()tlfld(d 
full, drrlrlr'd aial 

n t' t ! , 

ill ■ ' 



lOilllulH la, I 
' a niflllla'l .^ 



IntercfAts of (lie 
ir<», . denui ad ,( 
r-xpr... ■,,.ai 



— ^^Don't mi^ Amalgamated Develop- 
ment Company — Auld, tSwln & Mc- 
Clarty, 518 Haatlng- Street West, 
Vancouver. 



B, C. Cream "has the natural fjlavor." 
Now lu cents for large tliij q/t your 
grocers. " • 





Cheap reading for clampers and 
others: We are clearing a lot of our 
75c copyright novels at 25c each, 
five for $1.00. Victo ria Boo k & Sta- 
tionery Co.. Llmltod. • 



B. <". Creain "haii the natural flavor," 

No-w' 10 cents for lafge tltt, at your 

and shefer the race fin<l that the owner- 1 grocers. ' * 



'»»♦ ■ < 



>. »»■». » e » »< 



» ♦ ' < 




Y ITERFeONTIl 



|] 



TWO LOT'S ill well .>lu'lu-rctl pti>iiioji. lint-- sand\- 

•'"" Price $3500 

Ttfms can be arjiatigctl. .Wdttier lots%7this block 
for f ale less than $3,o6g» each. 



ii 



Marriott cS: Fellows 



Saturday Xight ■ next ends our 
most successful Clothing Sale, \Vc 
!^ay most successful, because 
mothers have been taking full ad- 
vantage of the values this ^lorc of- 
fers in 

Boys' Clothing 

Xot only in Sale time, but all the 
time. We always did enjoy a big 
business in our BOy,^^ 'Department, 
but we ceriarnly never anticipated 
sucli^ sales as we are new enjoying. 

\\ c have still many Special bar 
gains to offer you between now and 
Saturday night. Won't any of the 
ftillowing stiit you? 



BOYS' SUITS 

That regularly, sell from $4.60 to $7.50, KOW RE 
DUCED TO S4..50, $4-oo, $3-50, $3-00; $2.50,' $2.00 




YOUTHS' SUITS 

W l)ic]t regularly sellat from $6.50 to $18.00. NOW 
REDUCED. TO $12.00. $8.00, $6.00, $5.00, $4.60, 



and 



c»«> 

.'.7>..>, 



00 



:o 



BO \ "S; WASH I N G BI.O U SES AN U 

WAISTS have beenbrotight down t^ 
■BOYS' SHIRTS . . 7/.?. : . . . , . . . 
BOYS' CAPS, 3S<ta •.... . .... 



■^ 



60c 
50c^ 
15c 



•Ur ■ 

■ r • 



In HU' ('-.(5 



()l i| 



I'i nin 



( Jiien l''.\eniii! 



niMill 
!■ «(< 



I •«**«**.• ♦ ♦•^r ♦♦♦♦*♦■< 



>■♦♦.»■••♦♦♦♦•»♦••♦♦■ 



'lUU' \ 

♦ 

• •«♦♦♦.•♦••♦ 






M'Candless Bros. 



COLONIST WANT ADS BRING RESULTS 



^^ Mi..: 






U' 



'/ 

V IdOKl A OxVl L y C OLOiN 1ST 



/ 



lOGGERS* SUPPLIES 




we carry a very (-'oinpletc stock of ' , / 

The RIGHT KIND ~ 

BlocRs, ChoKcrs, Grabs, Wire Ropes. Chain, Etc. 

' WE IN VITEr INSPECTION , • 



NEWS OFJTHE CITY 

Quarterly Menting 

A i|i'!irterl.v meetinK <'f lh(> full tli- 
n-rliPiali' of the ami - 1 ulHTrulfiBis :is- 
soi-latidii 1-^ i" In- In-Ill hon- iin WimIiium- 



r£= 



Tucaday, Auguat 30, 1910 



THE WEATHER 

in,. AUKDSI -». T.il": 
S\N( )1'SI.S. 



t ilii.v, I'lir t h.' . iinslderalliui 
fi Mill 111- in.illi-rs. 



1)1' \a,nouM 



'I'Ik- |i1I 



i.l W 

.11 II, 

(;.il. I, 



\\ cslcr II 
a liiw 



Buys Local Car 

Ualph .rilirv, ..I '1 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 



The ShiDdhandleis 



I20t> VVl I arf Street 



All 

ir 1 llf .11 \ \ .■^^1 i-l ll 1 > . .1 1 
ri ,l.'-..-.l 1 hr ill' r.ui' K IMM 

Ml . K. II. lull. Ml .l.'lTr. V 
|.i \ I hr . ;i |- r.'i' luiv ..ill 
I, , I '..v^ II li;i M l.iK. ,.11,1 .1 I'M 



.1 1' 



i.lil 



nil. 1 1 1 1 •- 
,.| I Mill. 
I. t 



Permits Issued 



liiKhist I'S' 
iiicimi I'll' 

,,rili.-i-ii I '-I. Ih-riv>- 

I'l In, (• l:u|H 11 iimr 

II.. \ .-I •. in I ' ,,... ;i ml i I \^ ■■■■' ' 'i"' 

i,;i' l..|,ii i;. r , I ,1 ! ,11 nl.'SI |>:i II S "I' 1 i > i 

|.i" ' hi Ih. r.i.'il'ir .-1 ■■' h,. 

,, J l.r.ii l':i 11 illlil " :> l-ini'l- I 111' 

I 'iMi.. 1 .11 III |. r.'.i. ' ,ii>... I 'I I 111 Itcd lllnl r. 
I .1 1. 1 11 1 1,., I', ,1 , . pii-iiv iiicPH a Hliirit.i 

II a lit' mucli c^iPrB.N- i« cpilti'ii-il mi 
\N iniilijeK, the .bai-umeler JalllDK i- "' 

1,1 1 liiiiiflcrKtorriiM i,,r,r .m-i'm.., i v in 



laiiii'iiU ai 1.' 



ALII 



, Building ■ iiornut- 






lupi^; 



:I1K 



terdnj" irv" tlTe ^ I'lTn 1 . 1 1 1 1 l; 

JosjCT'li Andcrsmi I'm ■ .i 

on.'ftMl oil Topaz .*i\' ■''■■ i' ■ "-i ^1 ."". 

f»n<i to Robert Metln-rinijicii lor alUi- 

iitlona to tlwoUing on- (Oxford street to 

St. George's School 
~^tl^- Thursda), Septciiiher ■ mt, the' 
glf'lrt of St. (Jeorge'H School roassembto 
for the t'hristnias term., after tlietr 
lotiR summer vacation.. The clas;^. f(Jr 
little hoys has, beeh griven up-, .a.nil 
honeefopward the .Junior as well aa th« 
i senior sehool, will be for girKs alone, 



TEMPKl' ^TI K! 



,\ i , 1 . 

51 



I Vv 



Mi.is, 
G8 




ARE VERY SCAKCE these days, but we have al- 
ways on liand a-go*K^Mi^t^y "^ Clover Valley But- 



ter at ^^c. or ^ lb. ftir 



^i.i 



Fresh Eastern Eggs, per di'/. 
Picnic Hams, pejHb. 



.■»r 



( ir 3 do/. 



. . .$4.00 

I'or $i,do 
i8c 

...$1.25 



Very Fine Apples, per box 

Sheriff's or McLaren's Jelly Powders, 4 i)ackcts 25c 



i New Post Offices 

j .The post, ofllce dei>artnionl a.n- 
! nouhees the establishment of new 6t- 
lleea in British Columbia at Jlollyltuni, 
served from Vancouver: llupel, ""♦rv-- 
I ed from Knderby; Reymour Arm. from 
Isicamous; WhTte Rock arid Wyniulol. 
; The offlce, at McGulgaii, in Kast Uoot- 
! criaj". has been dosed since ntid-July. 



Recognize Brigade's Work 

Tlie-lireniens fujul has been in- 
creased by two donations' from own- 
ers of premises recently damaged 
more or le.-ss by fire. Mr. ^Villlum 
Pigott, Helmont avenue, has forwurd- 
edFire Chief Davis $'.!5 In recognition 
of the brigade's work Thursday even- 
ing, and Mr. Keith WlLson $10 for ser- 
\ Icese-reiidered la."?! Friday morning at [ 
the fire in the Atlantic building, Broad 
street 



Victoria, 

>'uncoav<-i- .... . . . , , 

N'evv WestnilriBter . . • 

KiiniloDpM ....... 

HarUirvllle ............ 

Prince liupcri ,.,..'...■■ 

AtUn • ;.'. 

Da-Nvson, Y. T. . 

(.'algary. 'Alta 

AViunlpes, aiii'n ■ 

Portland, Ore. ....... 

tfan Francisco, < 'al. , , .-, ., 
I-OltKCASTS. 
^;^JS<kB=4!4^=U«urs f-n.iii ■ .' 
Tlme» Tuesday: ,, 

Victoria and ^\'ici n i i y : 
winds, partly elnud.s- and 
showers tnidght (jr Wednesday. 

I.ower aialnlan4; I-.UflVt to; moderat'' 
wfnds. chiefly cloudy' and" TTOoT Wltli 
stiowers today or Wednesday. 

SI.TNDAV 
Jllghesi '•' 



Children's 
School Wear 



^|HTi;il \:i!i!i m-' Gii'ls' arid 
Boys' Hosiery, l:i-i lil.i'k, 

^nr* 



I iv pair 

(■i\ nil 
Hose, 

In ... 



Cashmere Ribbed 



III Ml I, |>rr 



|.:iii. .:; 



;ni- 



r>Or^ 



Jerseys: and Swca.ters, irniii, 
each. 73r l" 5^2.00 

New Underwear, "'Pho In- 
shrinkable kind jV •from, per 
garment, >35c to '. . ^ j^liOO 



SMALL SIZE CLOCKS, SI.00 



\\ c ;ii-c -liilTsin^- :i Imc <ii' iieat^ ancl plain- 
ClockV sititable for the bedroom. Excellent 
linK'keypersi and as a giiaratot^e,- our n^me 
\s stamped 'QTiVeach ott^^ *F^|re ,.,,,«,', .$^'.ooj' 



EDFERN & SONS 



loog 



), 



H. 0. KiRKH.AM, GROCER 

Corner I^ort and Douglas Streets. Plmne 1 78 - 



Early Morning Blaze 
f — VXre In the stable at the rear of tlie 
I icsidence «f Hon. R.lchard McBride, 
' Gfirge road, did damage to the am- 
ount of about $100 at l'.40 o'clock Sun- 
i day morning. How the blazip rorigln- 
i ated Is tinknown. When the fire de- 
I imrtment arrived the heat frohi the 
I luirning stable had blistered tlifr .side 
1 t.tf the residence, and the walls were 
Kteandng. Good water pressure was 
1. id, and the fire quickly put out. 



THE ^11, 

B A Z A"A R 




Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale for , Bamboo Blind, 

'S\-S. $1,-5. and 6x7 75c. 

1404 Gov't St7۩Fv Johnsan.. 



{ Flannel Dan^e. 

1, Th'- rowing members 6r The J.B-'- ^ 
1 will hold a flannel dance hi the clul) 
jg\mnaslum on the date of their an.- 

n'ual regatta which will be held on j 
1 Saturda.v .neX'f! Thfi event -avIII be I 
! rimlted to seventy five couples and ' 
I no pains villi be spared to make the 
j event as enjoyable^ as those held l)y : 
I the club «»n pcevlous occaaions. Al- j 
F ready . an siKtTgPtU] , committee -Jja.«! 
j connnenced^ro dt ^orntf; - ihe interior "Tir, 

the club premises with flags arid rhib 




RED 

dvfcrnmeiit 



^Street 



BARGAIN 

Wolfe 
Motorcycle 




idid riiiiiiino;! order 



c()im>icte, with lamp and g'cnoratcir. 
PRICE ONLY, $125 ^ 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

Opposite Spencer's Garage; 727 Johnson Street 

I'.S. — F,nf2:li.-^li and Canadian liicyclcs - - - - ^5.00 
.\gcnls for ( )!ivcr Typruritrr'; 



.- 1 



mmeia m iacamo sm m m jmUM i ww b— naWK 



Tempora^iV Quarters, L2()9JBlanchard St. 



C. 



Beautiinl Presents 

Exclusive and handsome de- 
signs in silverware make 
worthy and l.fsling presents. 
The renowned trade mark 

1847 ROGERS BROS. 

on spoons, for^s, knives, or 
fancy serving pieces guaran- 
/fcs the best silver plate. 
"Siher Tlate that Wears" 

Bti> Iti itU, dishes, waittfs, 

etc. . ire ilimped 

MERIDEN BRIT? CO. 



We Handle 



JAS. LEIGH & .SONS 

I iimh?r • i Wholesale and 

Wilis I Lumber 

Fool of I Lath 

Turner Street I Shingles 
Victoria, B.C. j Bill Stuff 

and manufacturers of all kirds of 
Sash, Factory and Planing Mill 
Goods. 



BOTTLED 
MILK 



<-olor». Admlpston .will be— by tickets 
"which enii be ..procured only from the 
following committees: O. t,elgh, S. 
.Shanks.' R. Hlscocks. Keo Sweenx, .T. 
P. Sweeny, V. K. C ray ami \^ V 
Kenned >• "^ "-' r 



NO IDENTIFICATION YET 



Suspect Held at- Dillon Still Balkn 

'Authorities' Efforts to Identify 

Him 



Guaranteed Pure 



Victoria Creamery and 
MilK Supply Co., Limited 

i 'hone' 1344 



Latest Importations From China 

Ladles' and Genta' silk underwear, 
.•oft. warm, neat and llKlit: KenM' py' 
jamas In 'ueau;lf ul stripped silk. Ttie 
newest styles of beautiful embroidered 
• Ilk kimonas. I Notlilna more , beautiful: 
The loveliest silk enfibrotde rea ■ U u Vllss " 
«ver shown. • 

QXIONG UA:7 PTTiCtJ 
P. O. Box SZ. 



«• 00. 

1716 aoverntncnt St. 



CHRMEBlSCytlS 



A New and Uelicious 
Havored Nou^a 

Nouga Sandwiches Fancies 

Almond Sandwiches 

Butter Squares 

Bedford Tarts 

Birthday, Cakes for the 

Youngsters 

Wedding Cakes, .superior' 
quality. ..c.Kclu.sivc decor- 
ation. s 




Tel. TGI 



CLAY'S 

6iq Fort $treet 



\d\ice« reeeived by J>uperiniend<-nt 
Provincial . Pidlcc Hu8se.>- from the'j 
' ai-thi>rlties at Dillon, Montana, wh ere \< 
' is held on a charge of bank.' roljlTeryj 
} the man whom the police believe to i>e! 
I William H^ncy. train robber and' 
j slayer of Special •'onstable'^ Issa 
j Decker,- near .\shcrofl>, in' .June ' la.-^t 
' year. Indicate t|iat au far the • effort'."* 
j of the I-,o8 .Angeles pollee. two mem- | 
l>erp of/ which went to Dillon to mt|ke,| 
! more ptjsitlve the idenlffica^on of the; 
i sufpeft, have, failed. These pffirers, ] 
j krie.w Haney when the latter .served 
j time nt Los .\ngeles. but evld'ently 
] they cannot posUlvely identify th* 
: man. .(.Uber officials f»f the .Losi 
I .^ingeles department -will probai)ly bel 
i sciU to Dillon. The t'rlsone^r refus.es! 
I t.<' gl*e any acc-ount of his antecedents, ! 
j and so far-baii sticree<J# in balking at' 
I tempts of the prison authoritle.'? to 
I photograph him. Tfils leads the 
I authrtritles to liellev<»-^tlmt the man hits 
I a criminal record, which he is endeav- 
j orlng to keep dark.' 



NEXT TO NEWr BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading' and Game Rooms — Hot and Cold Shower Baths-^ 
MenVand Boy's Summer Camps— Summer ^^en1^rshtp 
,_ 'oc ncr month ' •. 



flow ah.nit that we4fh! 
if your friend? And ho 
about that Wadding' - C.i it ? 
Mu,>^tii't forcrt-t that. 

.Xnd to In- nn th^ safe siiU- 
— better ci.iniQiji at. the tir-^t 
chance you fjet. Tear thi> 
ad. out and fvtit it \\ here U 
will retiiiii'l \ 111 

Conic ;ii anii set" wiiaf wc 

-+tafrr-evcii it \ou«(lon*t bvi\ . 

but yoti will find he re giti-^ 

Ijolh artistic am! practical. 

Special Values 

8 Inch Cut Glass Bowls at $4.00. 
— |$5.0Qand$6.£a 



W. W. Wilkerson 



The jeweler, 
915 GOVERNMENT 

T.I Mi/i 



ST. 



SALE 



Scnii-Business 

Properties 

Close in 



mi)!ic-'Lwi . A' ,'« ji -■ 



Oaly $10,000 



Vi.'Vv Street \.r"perty, 
. ti,\i.. • -."^I'li ,• iron 



i!''nr .the new 

\Ml!.|!..li.-. . 



\ M (■ A. tun 111! 



win J \ n .V 



MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yates St. 



•" 4" 



FORT GEORGE 

LAND' 

TIMBER 

III lari:;;c Areas '. 
l'"or particulars ai)i)ly to 



Zm tmmber. Sash, Doors, *a4 *U MiMAm 

_ The Taylor 



wt amiiUnir .afatarUU, f w 



-; r * 



i Co. 



Min. 



Offle* Mid TarAi! til*. CrovsramehrSt.. P. d Bex 9i%. Tslephona 864 



Important Sale of .Launches, Etc. 
..Messrs. Stewart .3\'il|iam« will Kell 
bypuldic auction today at Lee's boat-! 
house, several pjsollne Isnnches, first | 
,ffnd foremost is a 26-fo<>t launch with j 
» Sheffield enKine of 9 h. p. in pe rfec t j 
ofder and making 9 khota -an hour,} 
J.they will also dispose of a first-class . 
launch 25 feet overall with an np-tu- ' 
j d\te 5 h. 1J. ehg^in^. a ::0-foot launt-h I 
j wllr\l)(? offered with a 4 h. p. t-nRlne,, i 
i this Ih^Vi exceptionally good boat and! 
: has befti well tested In the chMD!?eable } 
weather \)f thla coast, a .f'olumbia 
river fishihg boat will also come under 
, the hammerSsShe Is 27 fe«t overall aiid 
j has an auxtllVry ehRine of 7 \i. p. by; , 
t t;'airlinni<8. Th>i latter is' art excep-- 
1 1 tionally goOd buj^nd should find easy 
! bidders, • \ ' . * 

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FORYOURFOWLS 

SotTTetllirfg new and from 
a good recipe — in fact a 
guaranteed recipe. Our 

Dry Hopper Food 

■,A.sk y/Dur neighbor about 
it. He ha.s heard of it if 
you have not. ' 



Ernest Brammer 

Office 644 rOrt Street 
Tel: jcx)^ 



Harris & Smith 



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rood veil 

soft lllrtlt 



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'rrollitic liii'-s and spi 

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The youngsters cannot 
have a purer or a better 
food than Christie Bis- 
cuit.s the purest of_all 
pure foods. ' 

N.T).— Try Ciiriitir W»fer»--ynu cm h«vc 
ihem iay fluvnr- OranKc, Vanilla, Riiifia, 
SirnwSrrry. ( ;..r<.« M Bpic Ice. Witerjrc did 
loipciinl .Solij m »ni*ll tin* at all .((roceri. 

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Parent's 
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To knoxy if your children"- 
tycii arc strained or tie fecti\'e 
'Trust' the ciarc an4, ejtftrain- 

;if inti tOi 

J. H. LePage 



Take a trip around\the Spund bv 
stea'merp of P. <\ 8. »x. t'o., sallinfe; 
weekly, Cheap ejicuralon rate. Phone 
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If your llyer is Bluggish anrKout'of 
ton.p, and you feel dull. billOij.«i\cfin 
1 Milpated, take a dose of ciiaiulierl 
; Stomach and Liver . Tablets ton 
I before retiring aiid you will feel 
■.rlRht Iti the morning. 8old bv 

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vcart be depended in>oiJ" Is an ex- 
pression we an like t.'» hear, and when i 
U Is .used In connectioti with Chum- 
berWln's <'olic; <-holera and Diarrhoea 
Remedy It means that it never fall.>s | 
to ?yre diarrhooa, dy.s'entery or ho\vpl 
coinplaintB. It IB pleasant to take and 
.equally valHStble for children ' and 
adults. Sold 1»y all dealers. • 




The Canadian Who's Who, published 
the Ijondon Times, on sale at Vic- 
toria Book & Stationery Co,. Limited. • 



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I Voiir complexion as ykfell as your 
• temper is rendered thlseratole by a dW~ 
'ordered liver. M.V taking < 'hHmberlain's 
I .StriiiuVch and Llvor Tablets you . con 
j improve both; Sold 'by all, dealers. ♦ i 

i' A remarkable i>oint In fovor of the! 
I prod lilts of the Alaskan Oil KiehH. i 
jwher"^ the flowinK welM uf the Araal 
j KHtnnteil I )evei(iiiii,vi-iit ' ■.smpnuy ao 
I sitiiHled, Ihi It.s extr(>nie|> iiigh coin 
I mVrciiil vaHie as ((impju-ed with fhio 
' of other sectionsof the .\iiierii mm i 
i runtinent- l^'or iiiBt.Htice. in tli,- ihd- | 
1 diistloii of gasoline frcini the iinde.iil; 



,Once In a good while promoters 
mal<^e g.bod. The Amalgamated De- 
velopment Company has done bo, 



Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Chol- 
era Morbus and all such 
Bowel Complaints. 

I'.T bottle ".".!'' Inf.; iiiii.v. 



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ass yooas 



Lukenheimer Valves, all 
sizes in stock 



Brass Tubing and 
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PACKING 

A large assortment of all 
ing brands in stock 



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Thtt Late King Edward's Horse In 
Pictures 
At the Romano theatre today and 
timiorrow there will Vie shown a pic- 
ture oF'the late King's famous horse 
winning the 1909 Derby in Ehgland. 
Antt also a picture «>f a football match 
between Kngland and Scotland. • 



.... KtPAiRS! ^ 

i We Look Up the Trouble 

(and remedy ii promptly wl- - "■ "• 
j celve word that Our aotvlc 
I ((Hired. ♦ 

Promptness in Plumbing 

1 Is a» essential as khowlng liow to do 
! it properly. This applies to the liouse- 
holder as, well as the plumijer, f^o if 
yon want to savu «\«noyance and ex- 
pense, send for us at . the Ibat sign (I 
trouble. '. • 




KieColbiPt Plumbiog a Keating to. Id 

Broughton SUeet Phone 552 



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'McClarj-'s famous Steel Ranges and 
Heating Stoves at Clarke & Pearson's 
1313 Wharf Street, near 
Street. .Victoria. 



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Tlie most iiro(,Iefn and sanitary stal)l6 in the city. Horses 
jouplit, sold and exehaftged. High-class .Itvery and s^d^c 

.Special attention to Iwarders. Rat<?s, $a6 p«r Wionth. 

()("K\ ALL NIGHT 

Oiluc ol C K. RICiiARDS. Vcr; inarian 



The- Empiro- JEypewrlter !s .the 
olieftpest ftnd best machine of the day. 
\'icti>ria Book & St*«lon«ry Co., l»Jniii' 
ed, • agents, ■ .. ■* 

San Francisco Veterinary Collcg"* 
Next sesfJion hecin 
CataloSUe free l)r 

181S Market 



no 
effect upon. 
Miilthoid Roofing 

SulptiUr fijmet around smdting 
plants, e«: up a metal roof in 
short order, and very few oihet 
mafcriais can withstand the at- 
uck, Maltho id Roofing does 
the business. Enginceri and 
owner3*,of property in districts 
affected by thescpfunits will save 
tnoncy by looking carefully into 
■ the meri't:!! of Ma'tboid. Write, 

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Ajgent Wharf St., Victoria 




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VICTOllIA DAILX COLONIST 



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licli is aliiuit a-; cmtIKmiI a rcine(^_ 

' and kiii<liT(l ills as ilTs possible to pracure. 

Telephone us today if we shall send you a bottle of the 

finest Cognac. A simple home remedy .-.which should 

always be kept in the house. 

Capital City Wine Co. 



Si 

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Tel 1924 



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Sale of Silk 
Kimonas 



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Very Handsomely embroidered, and some are tastily, 

figured-, i^egular price . — .$6.00 

Summer end price ;. ..........'. . .$3.25 

Regular price , .$1 i.oo 

Surnmer end price $6.50 

Regular price 1 ... $ 1 8.00 

Summer end price T . $10.00 

COTTON CREPE 



Figured and Colored or striped^- 
Regular price, per yard . ..>.... 
Summer end price 



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16c 




510 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. & N. Depot 







"So Easy to Fix" 



rorce ^"^ Lift 
Pumps 



The hHckman Tye Hard- 
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Victoria. B. C. Afrent* 






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LAUNDRY BASKETS from'............ 

prCNIC BASKETS TrniM . : 

STIOPPI NG BASKETS Irom 

FLOWER BASKETS from . . . . . 

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AMUSEMEMTS 



Pantages Theatre 
The FlBher U.md Show ts by far tho 
host attraction that iiaa appeared in 
tho Puntagos theatre withlii. thu i)ast 
fear, and at v^'fduced prlcea. which 
aeems like -a joke, for if Mr. Flslier 
could- realize the class ol: vaudeville 
that has been dealt out at higher 
prices, ho wt>iild think that he was i 
cheating himself. Kvery act on thla 
road show bill Is of the highest vaude.- 
VtMe ijuality, and would make good In 
any progrramnie. After a very intei> 
estinif set of moving pictures. Harry 
Fields, the Hebrew and Italian imperii 
sonator does some vet'y fine charact^-r 
work, both In song and atory. Llndel 
& Wren, the comedy players in the 
amusing domestic mlxup, "The new 
woman and the new man," kept the 
audience in a state ij'O continuous 
laughter, last night, while the remain- 
ing two acts of the, road show ar« of 
a class seldom seen outside of the 
very lar;ge plae-esr- f he Marinette trio 
of imrmony singers and comedians 
and the Wade Sisters, • singing, talk-- 
Ing,' danclnK, vocftH.-^ts vv4iirid miike .iny 
audience take notice and f he _ t'isiher 
Road Show at the Pantages, Is ejvslly 
Worth a whole lot more, than the re- 
duced adralssion. price and an cnter- 
tL.^nm*nt Worth generous patronage. • 

Victoria Theatre 

Again the Huron L. Blyden, Co, 
demonstrated the .fact that they cap 
produce tiuj plays satisfactorily to tho 
tastes of the public. "The Bachelor's 




Tdf rhyniciiinV 

.CiiTR for Gout, I 

ilhoumatiC Q.tt 

and GriToL 

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Safest iTid moit 

Gentle Mcdiciiis br- 

Infants, Children, 

£elir*tc Female*, 

and the 

iii«fcn.-ss of rroKHMicf. 




MR. HUaON I>. BZiYDEIir 

AppcatiiiiK in the leading role In "The 
Bachelor's Romance," at the Victoria 
Theatre. 

Romance" that appeared beftrfe the 
footllghta last niijrht was one of the 
cleverest performances that has ever 
:V>een given here. Mr. Blyden appears 
fls "David Holmes." the star. In the 
jilay. The house wj^s comfortably 
filled and. everybody attended the per» 
formance left the theatre with a good 
word for this talented company. "The 
production wlll.tak^ place again to- 
night and \y«?dnesday, " when the 
theatre should have more ihtfh the 
fair share of the local jwitronage. This 
com party la going to niahe a prolon*?- 



best knowrt works being "Children of 
the ahetto,*' "The Maker of Lenses." 
"The Mantle of Elijah," "The.- Gray 
Wig'' and "Merely .Mary Ann." Many 
plays tn recent years has been hailed 
as the great American drama. They 
have been of the east, of tn»s, west, of 
the north and of t-he south, but It la 
said there has been no play produced 
which Is so typical of America, of Its 
virility and Its marvelous develop- 
ment, that has satisfied the public and 
yet was *he ^eat American play. 

N»V* <aT«nc^ Theatre '. 
Arnold and Kthel Ctrazir, musicians* 
and dancers, x»lTc4" tlie most enjoyable 
turn of the big Gtand theatre bill this 
week. Miss Grazer opens the act, which 
Is the first on the bill, with a selec- 
tion on -the French horn and Mr. 
Grazer is then seen in a brilliantly 
executed toe danw. The next part of 
the versatile acl| shi-ws Miss Graiacr 
iat the piano "wliere ^\\f pUvys a piano 
solo with one hand anil a French horn 
solo with her tips anxl the riglvt hand. 
The 3.ct cUiS^Bwlth i\ dutft between 
them, "M^^^JJrazer playing the French 
horn and her brother the cornet- The 
net Is charmingly fitaged and the en- 
tertainers met with a full measure of 
applause and five curiam calls yester- 
day afternQon. Mmo. Jenny's n)onkcys 
and cats a^e the hit ol tiie bill for real 
hone at am usement. There are a dozen 
handsome Persian wtnte cats, big fel." 
lows and little chap.^, ancl there are 
two monkeys. Every • hlld and most uf 
the older people tlionmghly enjoyed 
;the Show for the ejtver animals went 
through thelr-trit^ In a mdsl accom;^ 
l)lls-hed way. ' , " 

Solly Hayes Is really a humor isl,-but 
•when he dresses \o It he Is a huge, 
screech, ami JaOk Hallen. the dancer, 
is in IHe turn with him. These two ^ir^ 
the best ever in ""the comedy line, and 
had the huusc goiiig from the first few 
words. When the dancing started the 
lieople could not wait_tlil thei-end of 
the act to applaud, they ajiplaTixted 
right tlir'ough. 

. There Is ;r*"TBry humorous playlet, 
'•Rained In," with a society girl who 
finds heraoir In a Cowboy 'camp, by ac*- 
rldent. as the star pcrromKir. She is 
!Ui»reH8ed Into -sejrvl'ce aS cook at the 

■ >fnt of a gun and the meal she 
i-fhea up in a f<iw moments is "all 

laugh." 1 '. 

The Maid de Liixe, untler. the nrmp 

f Cora aihiiJBcm, vyears a coaturne that 

will Interest \vumen folk. 1)ut which 

is part of the lieautlful wholf to the 

ye of m»n, .Mls.s Simpson sings, re- 

ites and talits. Hho holds the attention 

iid- will be a, tjivprlte. Thoriiajj- J. 

■rjco is singlHK a new ballad' song. 

Voir are a lUul, Bad Boy," the plc- 

iires for which 9how a/^childrens' 

uarrcl and are rpally excellent. The 

tckerlng filpia oft.the moving pictures 

resent scenes of interest and are wcU 

■ ccived. . 

SOCIALISM'S SJRICTURES 

Mr. J. H. Hawthornthwaite. Lectures 
On the Boy Scout Movement. 



the book of instructliuis I'or these Ihivs 
of the phrase "Cod and tlio King," used 
to crcHto the irnprcssiou i>ii ih.ii itiind 
that ill .Hoine form or otticrllic two 
were iiiterclatcd. AUliouKh tlic lnujtv 
iliwaviiwed' any punii'><'- "l gl"rii>ing 
or liii.'uU-at iiig rnililiirl.sin. ii sva.s iio- 
turioM.s thai tlie.llHl ijl' 'boolcH recimi- 
nuiidiMl 1.11- tlio Sciuits to 'read uiclud- 
cil ;i l;ii'!;i' iiiiiiil>.-r w lii. h a iv |pi'.u I i- 
imIIs iI.n .1(1 (I l(. |:i niliiij.; iiiililal\ |'r" i\ - 
' ■■ .HI. I I ci'dlluf^ Illl' an "I w M II Is 

.!'.'• M'l". inUlll'lllliMl WlliTr |M.SSllil.' I I I 

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IP-' I 11 111 1. iiis, 111.. 1 . 1.. ■ li..\'. I Imiii I ll;' 

guns cHj)tured from uileged enemies, 
and inc(Ial,s given for so-called lie(jr- 
iiiini. i''urther on in the l)ook liuys arc 
urKrcl in political matters to think for 
theuisclxcs. lull t(i dlHi'ountena,ni.'c tlie 
vl{'vv.s 111' 1 \ 1 iinii.slK; tills ts coiinter- 
balaiii 111. liwu.'.rr, by many passages 
urg-lriK (lie .Illl;,- and the necessity of 
blin.d obedlotico to officers, even if the 
oi(ler.s given are repugnant to concep- 
tions of right or wrong. Again some 
o'.' the games suggested by SlrBadtn- 
Powell cam"e In for severe condemna- 
tion, the trial and shooting of and 
burying of a fellow scoiit being cited 
nli an example . of the high morality' 
the. founder,' of thei moverhent would 
teach. After briefly summarising th<! 
"Deeds Which Won the J5:mplre" In a 
satrlcal manner the speaker' referred 
to General Baden- Powel's surnmming 
up, that after these conquests and 
Slaughter of Frencirm^n, Germans and 
helpless nlitlves the "blessings of 
ChrLstian civilization" had been Intro- 
duced, followljog ■ up by numerating 
some'' of these ble-sslngs— pauperism 
and the unemployed ^problem amongst 
others. The scouts were -told that they 
must overcome their fear of bloodshed, 
and wore recommended to visit butch- 
ers' ^lops as an aid in this respect! 
They -were also -Instructed how to 
slaughter cattle and sheep. After 
h!t,vlng being taught all thialdglLiDor- 
allty the boys' were lnstrut.Hed that 
tJjey must be religious. 

Many questions .were asked- the 
fll>eaker.i4ind the majority of the audi- 
ence by frequent applauso showed 
their approval of the answers which 
"were" frequently sarcastic. In thfi-t 
this and ivjl sitxtllar organizations were 
simply. Intended summing up the 
speaker pofnted oTTTTo "further enable 
the ninster class tn continue as long 
. _S£_PDS,slble their Jiower, dominance and 
ownership of the means of life or 
wealth pr oduc tion, and urged that all 
thinking workers .should dtsrtHinten- 
ance their continuance. 

The programme was pleasingly 

varied by a song by Mr. Thomas, and 

fa violin ^olo by Mrs. R W. Plnchln. 

Both periformimees received" an ova- 

tl.<n from a well satisfied audience. 



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ties. Prices 

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OBITUARY ^\K>TICES 



Price 
The many friends of 'Mr. and Mrs. 
William Price and family will^s^-mpa- 
thlze with iht-jn In the. loss which they 
have sustiilned In the death of .their 
14-year-old daufehtier. Victoria PricCi 
who passed, away yesterday nf ter * a 
short illness. No aYrangements have 
as yet been made for the funeral. 

Anderson , 
The remains of the date E. J. Ander- 
son have been removed to the parlors 
of the B. e. Funeral Furnishing Com- 
pany, 'where they are reposing pend- 
ing the arrangements for the funeral, 
which have not as yet been ma<le. De- 
ceased was 27 years, of age and a 
n.«;B»teer of the F. O. E. 



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A splendid audience assembled at 
the Grand theatre oh -Sunday night to 
hear Mr. J. H. Hawthornthwaite speak 
on the subject of Militarism.' and the 
".Boy Scouts." At the outset of his 
remarks the siieriker, who was given 
A very warm reception, gave a brief 
resume of social and industrial eyqlu- 
tinn which had resulted today In the 
division of human society -Into two 
hostile and . Warring camps — the cap- 
italist and the working class. One 
cl|i»s, few In numbers, being in legal 
possession of the means of wealth 
production, and the other class a|3So- 
ed stay in the city, und the last hiilf lutely dlspo'aed' of all means of ob- 



-"A'lCK. AUSTRALIAN CHICKEX"— 

i 'er can . . . ; 

IXDEPEXDEXT .CREAM ERY BL'TTER— 
3 lbs, for , . 

CALGARY RISLXG .SL'.V RRK.AD I'l.nrR— 
Per sack ; 

SUPERFINE TOILET SOAP— 

9 cakes for ........ , ...... . . 

PURE GOLD QllCK CUSTAKU ..r TAPIOCA 
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CHIVER'S-ai^^^cXGE MARMALADE— 

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PUR X ELL'S I'URE MAXT \1XEGAR— 

Quart bot4le- ...:>... 

CANADIAN G:<")RX ST ARCH— 

3 packets fur ,.T. 

.■\XTJ-COMlilXE ES'SE.\'.CES— 8-oz. boitl?. .50c; 
4-0Z. bottle. 35c ; 2-oz. bottle ^ 

ANTI-COMBINE JELLY I'OWDICR— 

4 packets for ..„^ 

PURE WHITE CASTILE SOAP— 

Lonjr bar 



of the week; that is commencing 
Thursday the popular English oom- 
(dy, "Charley's Aunt," will be given. 
There will be a' special Sattirtlay 
matinee. , • 



"The Melting 



Walker Whiteside In 
;__._',,, PaM* 

Israel Zarigwiiri* maaterplece, "The 
Melting Pot," the dramatic sensation 
of the decade, comos to tho AMctorla 
tluHitre.on Thurs^lay, September 8, 
with Walker WhitiHlde In tlic leading 
;. lie supported by the .'I'nmo cast as 
•ef'n in New York and rhicngo during 
the long runs of the play. ZanKwtll ha.s 
been a most prollllc writer, among his 




talnlng a living except -by the dally 
Bale of their labor power., He pro- 
posed to deal wllh the question under 
discussion from this standpoint, and 
proceedad to Investigate- the new or- 
ganization Boy Scouts. At the oUtsct 
he. stated that, in his opinion this new; • 
niovement aimed to infitll Into 'the 
minds of the youth of the nation a 
love of rpllltnry pomp, ultra loyalty 
to the monarchy and state, and gf-n- 
eral bloodthlrtsynfess, not forgetting 
that a special object of concern, the 
duty of obedience and respect the em- 
ploying or inaster class. One of his 
first polijts was fi piece of keen satire 
tlio ftrequcnt connection throughont 



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"THE QUEEN OE TABLE WATEKS. 



The Carbonate of Soda 

which IS its natural and chief constituent 

is the sworn enemy 

of Gout^ Rheumatism and Indigestion. 



Pottinger 
The body of the late Mr. John P'ot- 
tlnger, ■yv-hp was accldentallj^ killed at 
Albetnl on the 27th of August, will 
be shipped, this ^jnqrning to Salt 
Spring island ' for Interment. De- 
ceased was born in North 'Shields, 
Epg., And was a seaman by trade, be- 
ing einployed by tfte C P. K, 

Papillon 

This morning the funeral of the late' 
r>fion Papillon. wilt take place from 
the Victoria Undertaking parlors, 
Yates street, at 8.45 o'clock, and fifteen 
minutes later at tho Roman Catholic 
cathedrfil. The remains will ^>e Interred 
In, Ross Hay cerne.tery. 

■ Allen 

.Man.v synjpathlzlng friends attended 
the funeral of the late John Wilfred 
Allen .which tortk' place yesterday at 
1.30 o'clock fropi the' B. C. .^jieral 
compaiiy's parlors, ftnd at the Stf Bar- 
nabas church, at 2 -o'clock. Rev. E. (1. 
Miller conducted the services. Inter- 
ment was made In Uoss Bay cemetery. 

Collins 

Mrs. Margaret Allen, relict of the 
late Thos. Collins, d'led on Sunday 
aftorniyon a.t the Old Womens* Home. 
Deceased was 69 years of age. ahd was 
«ell knovt.n here. Tlie funeral will 
take place on Tuesday at 3.20 o'clock 
fromihe parlors of the B. (!*, Fimeral 
Furnishing Company, and at 3.30 
<>'rlook services will be cortducted ,at 
S^. Andrew's Presbyterian church. The 
Rev. W. I.,. Clay will officiate. 



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years, halving reached her 85th mrth- 
day, and was born 'In Kent. Kng. 'i'he 
late Mrs. Dobinsoh— t?n.me to this pru- 
vince many, years Ago, and was wUUI.v 
known throughout this «,lty. The- 
fuijcral has been arranged' to takj 
.place. this afte.rVio«)^n at L' o'clock from 
^ the fam.lly residence, and^ proceed^ to 
Rtss Bay cemetery, wheie'tl^' ronuilns 
will be Interred, ilev.' Dr. Peld will 
officiate. ■ ■• ,' 



SiccO' 

Interment of the remains of the late 
Mr. I^ouls Sicco was made In Roas^Bay 
cemetery Sunday afternoon. The' fun- 
eral took place at 2 o'clock from thp 
Hanna chapel, whence the cortege pro- 
ceeded to the Roman Catholic cathe- 
dral. Services wcfe conducted both at 
the chuTch Hn4 the graveside by Rev; 
Father Liiternel Many of the fellow 
workmen of the deceased attended the, 
filnertvl. ' '"'* 1 



(. I -Laing 

Mr. Alfred l^dwin LaIng died Monday 
morning at St. Joseph's hospital, after a 
short Illness. Deceased was 13 years of 
age and was born In Hawaii, Sandwich 
Islands. A mother and family are left 
to mourn his loss. The funeral ,takes4 
place tomrjrrow afternoon at t o'clock 
from the (fent^nnlal Methodist; church. 
Rev. A. Henderson will condijpt the 
services and the remains will bo la'^d 
to rest InfRoas Bay cemetery. 

/ Joiinston ' 

The re/tialns of the late John John- 
ston werte laid to rest "In Bo&s Bay 
^cmetefjf Sunday afterndon. The fun- 
eral took place from the family resi- 
dence, 1712 Denman street, where Rev. 
F. T.Tapscott conducted services of an 
impressive nature. He also officlateil 
at the' graveside. . .There was a li^irgc 
attendance of friends and the tloral of^ 
ferlngs sent- were numerous and bvmut:. 
tiful. The following acted as pall- 
bearerp: D. Mcintosh. - Geo.' Grant, 
ThoS.: Graham, John Movvat, M. S^ltlJ 
and \V. J. Sargent. " ' < 



Moses 
The dea^h of Daniel D. Moses re- 
moves one of the pioneer settlers of 
VlctorlQ. B(Srh In Wales, he c^ame to 
Pennsylvania In his early youth. The 
IRold fever olf the west was, then at its 
Jiolght and In 1855 he embarked for 
California via th^ Panama route. In 
California he worked ivlth several men 
who later Ijecame famous for their 
wJealth. From liere ho and his brother 
pvan walked to' Florence,. Idaho, a 
d4«4*nce of a thousand miles and re- 
turned the ..«ame year. The two 
brothers wefo of' rugged physitiiif and 
endured the hardflMps of the Joufney 
without <3imculty. Thoy curried their 
own provisions ami supplied them- 
selves at various plai-es onl>~wlth dif-r 
nculty and at niost high prices. At <ine 
camp In Idaho they paid one dollar 
a ponnd for flour wl>ere It had both 
,a scarcity" ^9 well as mon<»iioly price. 
The ImUmwi — of Oregon w^re quite 
"troublesome at this time which added 
materially to the danger of the Journey 
but fortune favored the travelers in 
this resjject. Later the two brothers 
went to BarkervlUe, Cariboo, and herfij^ 
tdioy were successful In their mining' 
ventures. It might be well to add that 
these same mines In Cariboo, are- her 
Ing \iorki'd today tiijdcr modern 
.methods and with good success. From 
Cariboo, Mr. Daniel Moacs came tn 
Victoria and> settlca in 186.'? wherfe'hc 
has-ii^wce remained. He . took up Ave 
hundreff acres (\f land at-N'Od'h 'Slian- ^ 
Icji many years ago, most of whloh has j 
been recently purchased by the elec- I 
iric ra|lwasr. Ho leaves one son, Chris I 
and a/ family who reside ,at North} 
Saanlch; if bm^ther, Edmiind Moses, of 
Scranton, Pennsylvania, whoi Is. now 
herei Mr. Moses, was a brother of the 
late RpA'. John Moses, who was well 
Itnown among the Wels-l) people of the 
United States and whose son, Albert B. 
and il d.aughter, Annie Moses, ntow re- 
side In Seattle. Mr. IStosea waa ijone of 
the very few men now llvln'g who were 
the mflana of opening up this Country 
fur (Bcytlemejpt long, before the day « -r 

'r/iol funeral tonk place on . .'=!iin ' . 
nlo/nyng'a.t Jl /o'clock, the cortege 1. 
cM!<i'i/ig frdm /the' H.aima pml • : ^ 
.Trinit.v. cWuron," North Sajmicli 1 1 . 

Services Were conducted In !!!^ . 1 i h 
ri 12. 'lift o'clock by the Rev. ; !' I'M. 
of this <-lt 





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last ^mTTFT: — 
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K l*fevV OF THE " _ 

September Coiumbia 
2-lVlinute 

Indestructible Records 
Price 40c 

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solo. , ' 

1401. The Mtllln the Forest- 
Mllltar>' band. 
. 1400. What's the Matter_J»rith 

Father — Baritone solo.' 
. ISSS. The Girl with ia Brogue 
■ Soprano solo. 

1395. Chantlcler Rag. 
1383. Temptation Rag. 

Columbia 4-Minute 

lades truc{i4)lc Records 
Priqe 65c 

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theipl'ace, but It's hafd to find 

the glt-l — Tenor sblo. 
312«r^ Skater's "Waltz. 
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■ ,.,lnl■'.■.1,,^ ., ;nid Saturdays, now is the 
ll! ' use .beautiful Islands, tlv 

uuvi.L.. ..; ti. 1.4 trip cannot bp ox<'ened 
In any part of the .world. Take the A'. 
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$4.25 Table Lamps 
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Table Lamps (as illustrated,) immedi- 



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Price, including tureen shade 



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Esqiiim ait & Nanaimo Raiiway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The .Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle" District, are now on the mar- 
ket irTtracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local AQ;ent, Parksville. 



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—the power to enfoy to the full life's 
work and pleasure— comes only, with a 
good digestion. 



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tone up. weak stomachs— supply the digestive >ulces vhlch are lacking— ensure 
your food be:ng properly converted into brawn and sinew, red blood and active 
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Mon^rwul. 



Modern Methods 



ansl pntnstiiklng: care In cleaning 
anii pressing men's garmonts give 
our work the preference with the 
men of care in thajr dress. 

Costs no more than less skillful 
work, biit wha-t a difference in re- 

KUlts! ° -^ 

We'll call for and deliver your 
orders if you'll say the word. 



VICTORI.A STEA.M DYE WORKS 

Phbna 717 




544- Fort St. 



itiif ' Ijri'tty \'hildren> oJ_qt;lit>s l.s one i 
1 liii t Im' !i('(|nire(l by many mothers .wlm 
cannot advcrtlac to take in ..sfWhisr. 
.\ ilHlntv llttlo frock or- a liaiiiLsoiiKi 
l)oy's .suit eoiild howc'vci- be iimiif In 
spare moincntis' if It woiiUl find a pur- 
(•Ha.Hpr when made. Mati> of us havn 
_fallen .Into a huhit of ."lettinK u'ith 
Idle hji-nds that would have broken 
ihe hcartB, of our grandmothers. In 
.some oa8e« we know that rest is need- 
ed and Is far more valuable- to the 
worker than any trifling sum earned 
could be. , Often, however, the clianRe 
of oocupatlon affords relaxation and 
em brrrirt ery; Ihcf" mai{ in gr ' an^ 7" o t h er 
fine needlework would make an ev- 
ening pass ple«snritr\- and profl.tabl.v 
if a market could be found for the fin- 
ished product. .;. 

Fine mending Is another occupation 
in whitiiu few women excel and there 
is always u neeil for It. 

But jiet'hapa it is toy wholesome 
cookery that there is the greatest 
opportunity for Wmisekeepers to earn 
money. There are always people who 
would willingly give a higher price 
for a good home made loaf tha n fo r 
the nicest one from the baker's. Jams 
and jellies well made- and daintilv 
put up are far more attractive than 
any tiiat tan +>e bought from the gro- 
cers and what is more Impiirtant are 
far more wholesome. Other dishes 
will suggest themselves to the woman 
who loves cooking. It Is the purpo.se 
of the Women's Auxiliary of the Agrl- 
I cultural association to begin a Vo- 
I tnan's t»xch«nge at the fall fair. If all 
I who believe that it woidd benefit the 
I women of Victoria to have a perma- 
; nent place where things of all kinds 
made by women could be obtained, 
would contribute to this part of the 
exhibition many customers could be 
secured. It Is still a month before 
the opening of. the fall fair but Mrs. 
rikhards is naturally anxious to find 
»)ut the names of all ladles desiring 
I to offer articles for sale. A member- 
[ ••'^hlp ticket can be obtained for fjftv 
cents and will entitle the holder to 
I'ut In arjy number of articles.,. Those 
who desire fo understand mope fullv 
the, details of the proposed plan shouiii 
write to Mrs. Richards at the Royal 
Oak postofflce. 
' It is easy- to see that the plan this 
very enterprising lady wishes to pirt 
in operation will grow and will af- 
i ford an opportunity fow women home- 
workers to find a profitai>le market 
; for their work. 



Ill "HI' 'i\\>\. i'il> \s !■ Iia\>' lat'-ly lunl 
1 VI-! \ ..;a.l insiiint.'e' of the cod.sciint-Mee 
"' l'--M iiiK 1 rllle ,lu the ilutu^ i.if a man 
luiioilinj^ iiViT what lie lielleved to be 
I Kritn-ani-i'. Tlui la-i-aHioiiH. on uhicli 
' '. i-iif a K'.'iil loan g-yi'i-'^ ''■'*' carr.vlii,i< a 
''■^"iv'i .1. \ i-ry few. There art' 'mini- I vvoriirn. 
lii'rK-y.s iii.slaiu-e.s Alien the poH.sesslon 
of" one' "by a -bad man li.i.s iiy<iilled in 
li.-irni.' In a few . davs th.. ' -^ilo<)t in>; 
.-ason Mill open l)er>', I., 1st > ear there 
'.^ iTP m;in.v sad aceidenl .s ..wiiiK to ir- 
' .•HjL>onyihIe per.ions ln'^iiiK 
■ ••irry (Ireartns. • lliiniln-il 
might have taken )))ar.- >\ . !•■ n not itir 
the good fortune of, th.ise \v iio narrow- 
ly escaped the shdts fired, aiiparently 
at random, tuight not stricter regula- 
tion.s be made and enforced this year? 
Human' iiyes are too precious to be at 
the mercy ■ of any .. thoughtless, foolish 
lad who may have money; enough to 
buy a gun. If eve.ry father would in- 
sist that his son should not go out 
hunting till he knew how to shoot and 
carry a gun there would be fewer llv'es 
lost. There is a great need tl^at the 
ri.slng generation should learn regard 
for the s.ncredness of hu ma n ■ l if c; - To 
implant this is the duty of mothers. 



lie ratal 1.. lln- ilfiri.-nr\ iifan\' rui-|..sc' 
"1 niii.ses, lirjivc, inde.ed nnisl the! 
iiiirs, )>i- wh.i wiiiild I .lee' disease and | 



iii.isi leriiliU- I'.irniM. I'.nl 
and .«rl| -,|e\ .>! ii.n iu-<.d 

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l.it ilitiii l(/nve to men, 

eiri'umst.ince of war. 



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the iioinp and 

If war' must come. I^et it be theirs , 
ill. .wed to i lo l>eep alive in their homes the high I 
.,f iithers I 'deals of purity and trttth and honor j 
without which there cannot be true I 
eourajie and on the l)attlefield let.th'elr 
errand be one of mercy and of that 
alone. - Preparatl'iin for this needs no 
display. , 



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THAT WAITT & CO., LTD. 

Can Please You Is a Certainty, 

W hclliLT It Be in Vour Choosing 

Pianos, Talking Machines, 

Mu.sical__Ln.struments,' Mu.sic, Recorcls. Suntirics, Etc: 
Certainly Advaritageous For Yon t(i C«ll and Sec Several Used 
. Piano.s which Mu.st Be Soltl This Week 

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A woman in England was^ recently 



sentenced to a year's imprisonment iarJ":e o/'^^n^'^.fTr, ?L*^^M?'*i'^"^ Z'^"" 
.,_i...i....j iM. 1 Tr.j- --.r_.... 1 1 > T«re or women In the world o.f workers 



crlmlmel libel. Hei^ offence had been 
the sending of anonymous poiitcards 
through the mail accusing people, some 
ofj them in prominent positions, of 
grave offences. She lived at 4>.. . p la c e 
called Sutton, and the lofd chief Justice 
of England described her as aii absol- 
ute plague. Thp woman wais Ingenious 
and very clever and It was only by the 
greatest vigilance that her crime was 
detectefl. It realir seems, sometimes, as 
-If the postcard was a dangerous rather, 
than a useful invention. An anonymous 
letter Is wicked and cowardly enough 
but the slanderer finds in the postcard 
a means of sending falsehood 'broad- 
cast. The punishment of- this woman 
certainly was not unduly severe; She 
was the wife of a highly respectable 
putUlc official, >Kli08e position In society 
and education should have made the 
course, which she took. Impossible. 



There is not- as much nse made of 
! the provincial museum as there ought 

to We by the citlsens of VIetorla. 

Strangers who stay only a few days 

In the city find It profitable to spend 
I hours in examining the splendid coj- 

toction of specimens of a.nlmals, birds, 
jllshes and Insects of the province. 

There Is-, tpo.' rinich to be learned kbout 



ll'Lv^^Tfu"' * m" '"''*^' *-^' * t-arefuLjjjonto News draws attention to the 
study of the rellc« and work of XVtw 



Uni\ ersitv School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA, B. 



FOR BOYS 




mas 



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v^ommences 

At 9 :3o a.m. 



Sept 6th 
Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Gyninasiiiin 
and Indoor Rifle Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 
r , WARDEN: 

Rev. W. W. Bolton^ M.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: . , 

R. V, Harvey, M.A.,, Camb., J, C. Barnacle, ,E.sq., Lond. Uni-/, 

assisted by a resident staff of Uniyersity Men. 

For Prospectus Apply tile tittrsii'. 



various Indian -^ tribes. Perhaps the 
caretakers would not welcome . the 
preseiH^ of large numbers of ehlldreri. 
at !i time, especially during the tour^- 
1st season. Hut boys and' girls 8hoid<l 
in some way get acquainted with tl 
contents of the museum. In. this \ya\t^ 
they would be Induced to take a nyiicti 
more real Interest in the geograplA' of j 
the provlnc-e than. l>y listening t//I.'-f 
.-^crlptlons or even looking at pl./w/i 
it is. important that both youi^ ^^nd 
older people should know all concern- 
ing .the resources of the province that 
the museum can teiuh s.o well and so 
quickly. Could not fathers who have a 
half-holiday on Satiirda.v sometlm;es 
spend a pleasant afternoon with some 
of their young people In the museum'.' 
There will be rainy days enough be- 
I fore long ,but the hours spent among 
! the bears and seals; the deer, and 
woUies and the thousands of , birds and 
liutterflies would be anythiiig but dull. 

One le8!«on that many eastern 
papers are drawing from the shooting 

"of Ma.vor Gaynor Is that there should 
be greater restriction on. the sale of 

^ lirearmft. 'There can be no doiibt that 
the possession- of a murdei-ous weapon 
very often causes murder to be com- 
mitted, wiilch, ibut (for the knife or re- 
volver or rifle, wou'd never have been 



During the present month the celc- 
bra'tlbn of the two hundt'edth anni- 
vtrfiary of the founding of the dio- 
cese t>f Xuva Scotia will take phice. 
-There will be ,a great gathering of 
churchmen, not only of Canada, but 
of England, 'ihe bishop of hondoh, 
who is at present in «;'anada has been 
commissioned t)y the king, so Xhe Lon- 
don Dally Mall reports, to preijeiit the 
Canadian church, with a very beauti- 
ful prayer lioi>k. Tlje book will be 
bound In Red .Niger morocco by a 
gentleman famed a«f, a teacher of the 
craft of book binding. The leather. 
Itself, is made by native tanners, v\ ho 
have Jealouslv guarded the secret of 
its manuf.icture. The book will be 
ornamented with a cross In blind ,and 
gold tooling. In the centre the sacred 
Monogram J. il. S. will be surround- 
ed with jewe1(<. 1#. t»>^ not known 
Whether this prafteApok will be given 
to the church iJrknftapoils iioyal 
where the first sWflCea were bPtfl in 
October. 1710, orfn ,the fine n«>w 
cathedral whose dp.dlcati.on will form 
part; Id 111* e|ebratto^ij;8ervifccea. 



In answer to an American corres- 
pondent, who. asked her for counsel, 
F'lorence .Nightingale more than half 
H century ago gave sopie advice which i 
is neededs.iiiilte as much "ow as it 
was then.- It is, wonderful that a wo- 
man who had so lately left a verv re- 
tired and peaceful home and had'suc- 
cessfijlly accomplished one of the 
hardest tasks ever ' entnisted ' to the 
hands nf woman. =^-»hoHld have been 
able «o 'soon to point out what Is still 
the chief 



Ti, 



«», following article fr.mi the To- 



necesility for stiidylng modern lan- 
uages whiih exlsfi In Cnniida« today : 

"Tbirllngual sloth of Kngljsh-speait- 
ing Canadians Is so ^pronounced thiat 
they even fall to acquire the lang- 
uage spoken by-two mlHions of their 
fellow-cttlzens. This shortcoming" Is 
a pollthal weakness, and It Is more. 
Without other languages than Eng- 
lish. Canadians must alwa.vs beh'andl- 
capped In the extension of their trade 
JKith foreign countries. In his Lives 
of the Norths' Roger .North thus hc- 
eounts for the succe.ssful career of Sir 
Dudley North aa a merchant In the 
Levant' 

"As to the true knowledge of the 
Turkish government and policy, with 
th* genius or true reason of their pro- 
ceedings ... 
fo say. It was v?ry hard to come at It 



Of all women the nurses -ef our daV, 
perhaps need the warning of their 
foundress the least. If they have faults 
they are rather those of temperament 
and disposition than oT want of ear- 
nest and definite preparation for their 
work or of self-reliance and thorough- 
ness In carrying It out. But the mes- 
sage of this strong loving woman will 
touch the hearts of most nurses and 
there are few other Women who will 
not be forced to confess that the stan- 
dard set up Is one they find hard to 
reach. This Is the extract. 

"1. But I would also say to all young 
ladles who are called to do any par- 
ticular vocation qualify vourselves .for 
It as a man does for his work. Don't 
think you can undertake it otherwise. 
.No one should attempt to teach the 
CJreek language until he is master of 
the language and this he can become 
only by hard study; and 

"2. If you are called to man's work 
do not exact 11 woman's privileges— 
the privilege of inaccuracy, of weak- 
ness. SubmiL yourselves to the rules 
of bu.slness, as men do. by which alone 
you can make Gods business succeed; 
for he has never said that he will give 
his sudcess and his blessing to Ineffi- 
ciency to, sketchy awU unfinished 
work. ■ • 

"3. It has happened to me more 
than once to be told bv women (yotrr 
country women)', "Ves. but vou had 
personal freedom.' .Nothing can be 
well farther from the truth. I ques- 
tion whether God has ever brought 
any one through more dlfficultics^ind 
contradictions that I have had. But 
1 Imagine these exist lews among you 
than, among us. so I will sa.v tjo more 

■ 4. But to all', women I would say 
look upon your work, whether It be 
an accustomed or an unact^ustomed 
workv "« upon a trust confided to 
you. ^T^hts will keep, you alike from 
dl8e«iuragement and presumption from 
Idleness., and from (overtaxing vour- 
■elf. 'When God l«ads the Wa\ . he 
has, bound himself to help you go the 
way. , • . 



Make a "Date'\With These 
Peaches and Plums 



Ncver^H Ix'Uci time than today lo secure thesCi 
Choice l^Vuits for Preserving-. 

PRESERVIKG REACl ri'.S. per l,..x ....... .$1.10 

PRESERX'IXG FKUMS. per craic . V . . . . . . . .75^ 



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The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd, 

Phone 28 the Bargain Lciitre 561 Johnson Street 



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PRINCE RUPERT 

BAC K FRQ IVi^ WORTH 

G.T.P., Officials Left Northern Tormi". 

nue on Special Train to the' Rail 

Head. 




Don's Be Too 
Bashful __ 



t HM-kins: f.ir a hip piece of 
mi-ai if It comes frorh this mar- 
ket. Kor you will find everv- 
body. at the table will want a 
big piece too, imce they, get a 
ta.s,le uf the meat. We espectal- 
I3 urge. a. trial of our roast beef. 
y'lu never put your teeth Into 
dainlfj-r morsfl. See _pu.r win- 
.i 'ws tor prices wh'n-b* are the 
lovvst asiwe sell fur cash. 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATES ST 

PHONE 514 



Aft^r a. run of 39 hours, in the course 
of ivhich «he made three calls, the 
G.T.P. steamer PrlnCe Rupert reached 
port yesterday evening from Stewart 
and^ Prince Rupert. She called at 
Alert Bay, where sh»; s-topprd one hour, 
so her actual steaming time was only 
30 hours. The— Prince Rupert report.^ 
bad bush fires and dense smoke all { 
along the coast. She brought 300 
pa.tSengcrs south, these including 100 



Real Genuine Crab Apples 

■ , ^ , , . ,■ 

10 POUNDS, TODAY, FOR 25c " : 

Good Eating Apples, per luix . . . . , . ^-.$1.25 

Good Cooking or Preserving Apples, per , crate. .*.... :$j:.oo 
Good Preserving Peaches, ])cr hex $i.ro' 



The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 



1002 Government Street 



Tels. 88 and 1761 



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deck pawsengers. .\mong those who 
our merchant used c«me south .were a tiumber of cannerv 
even by those that lived" and" dealt ' '""" rettfrning after the season's work, 
amongst them; of whom very few 



James Bay Academy 

A. Private Hlg-h School. 

Academic department-^Kull matrleu- 
Intlon In two yeiirs. StudiMvts preparod 
for.B. C. . L. .S. anil other examinations. 
.Splendid Matriculation i^ucceSBes This 
.Slimmer. 

Commercial DepartpteYit .— A fuHy 
Miuipped modern, business college in 
charge of an experleheed commercial 
specialist, a gold medalist Ih Gregg 
^^horthand. Text books- furnished free 
to students of this riepartiiient. ' Day 
and pvpfilng classes. Address ail In- 
ipilrlfs to 

The .Principal, Jamea Say Acuflemy 

Phone 3041, 166 Modlna street 



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UNIVERSITY S(.mi}l FOR 
GIRLS 

CHv«-inroliejr Mmit^i Oiili »*y, -Vlc- 
toHa, B.C., high-grade day and board- 
ing "ichool for yoiing ladle? of alj 
uses. ; All subjects taught. Pros- 
pectus on application. 



Corrig College 

Beacon HUl Park . Victoria, M. O 
.Sflcct HiKli-Grnde l.Ja'y and 
Hoarding College for Hoys of « 
to , 18 years. Rfflnements ■ of 
well-appointed gentlenien's home 
In lovely Beacon HiU Park. Num- 
lier limited. Oiittloor sports. Pre- 
pared tor Business Life or Pro* 
feiJBlo.nal or UnlAersity examina- 
tions. Fees lncli;slve anj strict- 
ly moderate. A few vacancies at 
ntitumn term, Heptember 1st. 

Prlnrlynl. J. W, CHTTRCH, M A, 



BR L) NOT H,\LI. 

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A Bori'rdtng ana Day School for Olrls, 



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1022 B irtlefle Ave., Victoria 
DAY .S -'HOOI, FOK OIRI.S 



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Sept. Gtli. Phone R-945. 



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Re-lpens Thursday, 
September 1 



(lin higher lirnnclies of Btu<l\ 

l'*or further Information cull ..n 
ndflnss 8. 2). POPE, Iil., D., 

I'hone UOO. I'rihcipal. 



came ,iway with much of It. And 
that which he gathered was owlnjf to 
the advahtage-Mhl( h he hsd to the 
language; for that/gave him an op 
portuniti' to converse with ull degrees 
of Inhabitants, and to pick up what 
they were pleased to drop of. their 
schemes. He had also a large sphere 
of transaction with the great men of 
the law and the court . . ,_ and to 
all this may be added a furious curi- 
osity 'In himself, hot without some 
penetration and a;'ptlt^iyie, to discern 
lino apply what fell In his wav. losing 
nothing thiiit might be Instructive to 
hlni. 

"Great . openings await Canadian 
manufacturers and exporters In Cen- 
tral and South America, Japan, ('him 
and on the Continent of Europe, but 
to fully takje_ ad vantage of these op- 
pOrturtitlcs some of our young men 
nuist acquire the .juitlve languages, 
mix with the petJJjle and learn their 
■wants and peculiar tastes." 

Oirr Scouts have *been organized In 
Kngland by Mrs. St. i 'lair Stobart and 
will go Into camp near London In tlie 
beginning of Sei)lt>mber. These wo- 
men j>r girls are not only to be train- 
ed to tend the wonnded! relieve the 
slrk and to* be ready to ,do whatever 
can he done to be of assistance as 
nurses oti the bat'tlefleld-hut they are 
to be self-dependent and mobile In 
cases of .enlergency. • Kor this purpose 
they must learn <to . ride, to under- 
stand the signal code and t^) drill. 

It may he oldfafihlon('<i and lllogl-' 
cal but there' seems In these publie 
demonstrations somethlnig inconsistent 
With the gentle and merciful minis- 
trations. ttf_army nurses. The girls 
who go Into camp on hor.seback with 
banners flying, who drill and march 
to mu8l<- do not, even in the twentieth 
lentury seem fitting . successors of 
Klorence Nightingale and the t^urses 
will) n.'iitl'. ■.,,.,. yoars ago work- 
"'' i" '!"■ ' irlcken Hospitals of 

' I .seems <luUe possible 
rmy nurse should ob- 
Iralnlng In a quiet 
'in(x«tt\every country 
1.1 ride and saddle 
Hhe, as a rule, does' 
.'id only when there 
■■' hand to do it for 



.Mr. AVllHnm Lord, of the Naas^ .and 
Mr. Wallace, oK the Arrandale can- 
neries were amon^ the passengers. 
'^he Prince Rupert brought word 
. 'j that Presidpn.f C. M, llays and pnrt\- 
left Prince Rupert on l-'rlday on a trip 
tip ,the Rke'ena. .\ spet:lal train took 
the olTlclals fo rail head, wheri^ they 
"mbarked' on the steniner Port Simp- 
son, which will I'onvey them f'i Hazlcr 
.•on. , 



Repairs ttf Jet^sen Steamers 
Seattle. Aug.* -ig.— The Heffeman 
engine workS' was awnrded' the con- 
iract for extensive r«?pj«lrs to the.Oer-- 
(oan stoHtners Erna and Ella, which 
I ave been lying dlsengagejd- at Port 
Orchard since .\t>rll, waiting a decia- 
' in as to thelc futtire. The contract 
!.=• direct from M. Jcbsrn, <>f Hamburg, 
(iermany, owner of jlhe two vef^'ipls. 
The Ella and Erna were formerly the 
Princess Sophie and Prinzess Hend- 
rlk. of the Royal D«tch_ Mall line; 
When the boats were, purchased b.v 
Mr. .lebsen about a year ago he chang- 
rd their names, and sent thcijfi to the 
Pacific to ply in the waters of Pugei 
Sound. Britrah . Columbia and the 
Mexican coast .as far as Corlnto, in 
connection with the Mexican railroad. 



Special 




MR. 

HURON L. 

BLYQEN 



Aiid H1.S Complete Company of Associate. Playei-s, In Select Repertoire. 
Tonight ana Tomorrow Night 

"A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE" 

on a story by "Vbe, Duchess, " 



A comc'I\ in frnir ac't.s founded 
tillcil A Llltl" Rebel." 



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.iminer prices will prevail-,' aSc, 3Sc, SOo. 



Panta^es Theatre l^^w Grand Theatre 



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>few 'VVestmlhster's hoard of trado 
has pxteiided an Invitation to the Ca- 
nadian Manufacturers' Association to 
visit the Royal city. __ , 



A large G. T. P. S)^r^'ey part.r has 
arrived at Fort Oeorge .completlixx 
the final survey from Hajielton. 



The late strawberries In; -all their 
lijsclousness hove arrived at Mission. 



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No More Sleepless N'ight< .7-^ 

Don't stay awake nights. If you are 
restless, take a Mathleu'iR Nervlfte 
Powder and- In a few minute^ a ria- 
tural sleep will bring you rest. 

They are safe, efTtClent, and do 
c'reate a .habit. JMathieu'a Net 
Po wd wg- a re sold In boxes of !»■ 
25c-. ' - , ' 

If you cannot find any In yovn local- 
ity, send us 2!>c. for fiill 8l7;e i 
Ing also name of your dealer, 
■ ■" ."nd by return prepaid; 

I 1 .Mathleu t.'o.. Prop., Sherlir 



Monday, Aug-ui^t ^9tli, All 'Week 

CcntiV-lO and 20 — Cents 

risheher's Big' Rood Show of Touring 

Vaude villi an ■. 

Harry Fields, CTiiracter Comedian. 

"VVade Sisters, Dancl^ipr Vocalists. 

Xii&den and Wren, Cbniedy Playlet. 

Uarionette's Harmony Trio. 

Pictured Ziyrlc and Motloa Pictures. 

Prices ,10 and ao Cents. 

. : "i.' n. ,1. . , ,,11 '/ . ,1 , _U-' 

MAJESTIC THEATRE 

N yn-;s s-'tki-;;-;'!' 
, Oon't miss, the new Program,mo. 
"The Heart of a Cowboy." 

"Shrimps." 
"*Weapblltan Voloanlo Islands." ■ 
"The Haznrdk of T.lfp.'- 
"Her-Plrst Lonar UroBn." 



A Clicns in Miiiifiturn 

MME. JEWNY 

With her womJoefiil l\-iri,sian Angora 

Cats rthil MoTike.via. 

JAOX UAXtiXK ATStp SOi:iz.T HA'VBS 

W'l/.nrfl.H of .loy, 

' Araold— TBS a&AZSB8 — Sthel 

Novelty Musical .nnd Dancing Specially 

The Malrl \)e- Liixr^ 

, ,COBA SZMPSOK 

"Intf-r,\'lcw,'j. ' 

Robert— LB BOY and HABVBT— Alleen 

iTi their hniiiorotis rd;i>-!'i-t •■K-iiii..! In" 

THOS. J. PRICE 

irtlW MOVING PIOT'UBES 



. ROMANO THEATRE 

M. lull . ntirl Tliedrtay 
'■ ' 'i.-al i'-'im 

Napoleonin the Battle 
of Moscow 

Other reaturon — Romnuo Orchestra, 



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.ii'iiiii.n of property-owners Is 
. .i t.. lUTi'Lirnlc the ideal 

1 ..,..•■ ' ilU»tl08.'<, 

,i ' ' ' ' 1 crproof. 

v.ar. To T>nlf>f ifpon tlu' dutif-.s \vhicli | '''mirtccn nillll'ii; .vai'tlw under contract. 

inii.xt be rcf|ulred of ap arm\ nurse (fi j l-lterattire from The \^'arrcn CoiLStruc- 

the most earne.'"! \va.\ wouhi tlon Co.. V. (> M..\ PiGC. • 



Lilt 



-■Don't wasle your in 

ters vv'hi-n \ iiu 1,1 !i 

-Chanjii.- 

c rcut,'^. .\ pi. 'CI- ..| ^iliiiiiii dampen' 
n-i!h thl" t'inlmcnt is .superior Jo 1 
>nie back, pains In the j 
I much cheaper. Sold t 
. .ill ill .-ilcrs. 



:in\a(cil I ic\ I'Knin-.cni i'ouii)an>' of- 
. icd to 'give one thousand dollars to 
loy cliarlta.ble '' Institution to be ae- 
li-.ted liy the reiireScntatives of the 
three newBi)Hr»erM who W"nt to Inspect 
the coinpiin\-'."i (dl wells, at llie KatnlliTl; 
fields, if coiidjtlon.s vvcrc not as tlic 
rnanagament of the cotnptiny bad 
represented. The report of these in 
dependent witnesses, after oxaininltip 
^lic oil welle was— Belter than repre- 
sented. 



Anythini^ in Groceries 
You Want We Have It 

'.rUf' -.cry l.iopt at 
VERY BEST PRICES 

imV JJ-lli.--'.', Biit'ter for $,1.00, \x n 
u inner; nothing ' Tietter on the 
loarkiet'. n-n>. box elngr.-jnt C.-ylon 
'I'ea for 91.60. 

Mooncv'K fill! 1..-11I I'' u>'< 

3S centg. 

ERSKINLV GROCtRY 

Corner .Jolinnitn nnil Quft.lra J3t» 
Ptions 106. 



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& Finch Closing Out 
eir Entire Stock of^^ 
en's Clothing and 
Furnishings 



Everything marked down to insure a speedy 
clearance— Store closedlftll day today 




tarts Tomorrow 



It is needless for us to dwell at length on the high quality goods we have stocked. Space also forbids us 
giving full descriptions wilh prices. But we might add that three-quarters of our stock are all this season's 
goods. • . 

No restrictions are placed on any line. 
Men's Hats, Hosiery and Furnishings. 



A real bar<;ain feast is in store for all, so be here 

early tomorrow 




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carriages 

..express wagons 

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BERESPECTED 



Kungarian Birds Should be 
Looked for and Evaded by 
Hunters — Sportsman Is- 
sues Word of Warning 



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The Cigarette Brand 
of Great Purity 



Tuckett's "Club" Cigarettes are 
made from tobacco of purest quality, 
carefully blended to satisfy the most 
exatting rcquirementa.oi t^particu* 
lar smoker. , • ' 

As a result of their marked Superi- 
ority, they have won high favor in ' 
every club, hotel and private house 
where Icnowing smokers demand the 
best. 

Don't. ])c content to let the man be- 
lli' ' •' i-ountcr throw out a package 
t ;uul lie wauls to sell you. ■ 
-iiir own judgment — insist on 
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for ttic eontf'Wl. Kiiritk; 
well-Unown KiiKllsh rofercp. will In «11 
proliiiDillty ho. named by l^or*l Lona^ 
dnl(>, as he tifonis td be the, most eom- 
ix'tent man for tbo Joli. Tlit; fiffhters 
havp alr«"«<ly rccolvud throe offers, two 
of thorn l>oli\R pursoH of ,$10,000. , 
■ <'iiampl'>n JiuU Johnson had. Ika« 
nounced that tiohas ucoent^'d an Ih- 
\ itfitlon to deliver nn addross at the 
^tatf- fiilr to ho. lield by negroes of 
Virginia lit Rieliniond early In the fall. 
VVtien the Invitation to Jolmson to 
spealf was delivered it l8_ stated that 
(^olonel Roosevelt artd Booker T. 
Wnshlnfirton also .had l)een^ Ini/lted to 
speak on tlie same dav :in''l fiCim the 
.'<ame platform. Joli 
for his opinion of th< 
mild: rather, vaguely 'UK'it 

Mr. W^a'ahinKfon wn- .intid 

helped p'-' ' i •- 

enthuHin- 

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I To the Sporting Editor:— I will be 
; obliged If you will kindly Inaert In 
i your paper a short notice drawing the 
attention of sportsmen to the fact that 
there are now a considerable number 
of Hungarian partridges In the neigh- 
borhood of Victoria, Duncans, and the 
various Islands, etc., as per enclosed 
memo. These birds can be easily mis-, 
taken for quail or grouae, and auite 
apart from poachers there is a danger 
that they may be accidentally shot. 

There never has beeii any report of 
the .birds liberated in Cowlchan dis- 
trict, but recent reports of them have 
been received frorh all the other dis- 
trictB where they were liberated. In 
addition partridges have recently been 
seen in Metchosln distriet and on the 
Sooke Harbor road. There are also a 
few pair in Highland district in the 
hills, and there are believed to be 
some up the west arm of Shawnigan 
lake. Two pairs nested and ra,lsed 
broods this year near the ' summit of 
the wagbn road leading to Sooke Lake 
and not. far from Goldstrcam lake. 
Home have also recently been seen at 
the foot oe St. Charles street, within 
the city limits, and also probacy the 
same birds at the Oak Bay CJolf Links. 
They aro pretty well scattered over 
HaaniGh; particularly North Saanlch. 
At St. James Island they have done 
very well, and there are large numbers 
of the birds tl^ere now. 

Hungarian Partridges are protected 
all over the province and are not al- 
lowed to be shot at any time. Yours 

"* *' A. E. TODp, 

The enclosure follows: 

In the last report an account was 
given of the partridges turned out on 
Vancouver leland, and entire credit for 
this work was given to Mr. A. E. Todd. 
Apologies on this account are due to 
Dr. J. L. Todd, who, it is now un- 
derstood bore an equal share of the 
expense. This year the above men- 
tioned gentlemen have again deserv- 
ed sincere thanks for the splendid 
number of birds they have Imported. 
The following Is a full account of 
Chelr importations: 

Memo of Hungarian partridges re- 
leased by Dr. J. U Todd and A, E. 
Todd dui=lnf* 1»09. • - 

10 partridges released 23rd January 
in Oak Bay Munclpality. 

11 partridges released 30th January 
In Oalj Bay MunlcipalUy. 

14 partrldpres released 12th February 
In Oak Bay Municipality, 
rutry 

.22 partridges released 13th February 
<m James Island. 

12 partridges released 13 February 
on Sidney-lBland. 

2 partridges released 16th February 
Jn Oak Bay municipality. 

23 partridges released 17th FebrutJinr 
on South Pender Island. 

24 partrklgCvH released 17th February 
on Salt Spring' Island. 

6 partridges released 3rd March in 
Oak Bay Municipality. 

43 partridges released 4th March In 
Colwood District. 

50 partridges released 8th March on 
James" Island. 

11 partridges released 16th March 
in Oak B^y Municipality., , 

49 partridges released 26th March at 
sooke Lake. .- j 

5 partridge." released 23rd May in 
Gale Oay Municipality. 

During 1»08 and 1909 a total of 449 
Hungarian partridges have been rcr 
leased by Dr.J. L, Todd and ArE. 
Todd on' Vancouver Island and adja- 
eeht lalands, and fallowing is a brief 
report as to numbers in each locality 

nd reBftlta: 



Now that. Lord Lonsdale, the popu- 
lar English 'sportin.< man has con- 
sented to name "the referee for a re- 
turn battle between Packev McFar- 
land, the Amorlcari fighter, and Fred- 
die Welsh, the English Jightwelght 
champion, it Is almost a certainty that 
the managers of the fighters will get 
together andalgn articles of agreement a^, ^ resniis: 

Corn, th'e- 22 Ipartrldgef Cowtclw* 4i"trl«lt! no 



report. 

ir. partridges, Tod Inlet (Saanleh); 
doing w( " _ 

91t— pa/tri<%e,^aanlch: doing fair 
onlv. 

31 pa^rtrldgpy Sidney Island; doing 
well. 

73 partridges. Ot\.^ Bay,;Munlcl|»al- 
Ity; doing fair only. . ■ 
■ 23 partridges. South Pi^nfler Island, 
doing fair only. ' 

24 partrldgea" Salt Spring Island; do- 
ing fair only. . 

43 partridges, CZolwopd dlstiplct; do- 
ing well. ' 

"' •v.-t-iitres, James Island; doing 

I.) ij.ti t: hlKcs, Sook T..ake, no report. 

f)ii the mnlnliiml there h.is been -an 

i.vinni'i'lv uoiiil breeding seiison, and 

■ f freHli Mdiiii li:\K 

li. , lul there i.s cviTv, 

lii'i.s I'ird'M being Imiiorled 

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iiijmber.M of l)lnl 
i>iit ;i' K<)<)<1 mull 
c'lvcil (if thnir 1 



,1 I :,;;iM. 'ir 111. Is ; hiUi- Sun'iTiMl, ThO SWOIld lot WPr© In 

cisi!,', r.'nnd, rapital cimdlt loll, niul WHll be oarfid for 



h.nve boen re- 

il . 'Sc\'i>r;il im 



iii\UI tli.» \vor.«!t (if ilu> winter Is over. / 
I loth dicHc (•(insiK'HiH'Mts were <:ili« / 

siicccHflfiil 'if'Tts vvprt' iv i ,i. : . ,ip t. line. I in cxcli.'uifjrc for itormlts to ex- ' 
',.,...1,, .',,.! II'. ,,i r,Mi,l(.rM ' I j.oit live mountain Koata, fuul (.-o.-^t ua 

i ,. I I . -M,iw I h I l\ I i"'"'i';K ' ^i-11't th.'lr frclg-ht. 

I. .i i!,i,s 1 .1 11 ii ml llic. fir.'-it ; 



Mirntnl loose- at AgriMBlz. Thi- first 
..i.signimnit rcnchod hert> In nilw(»r- 
iliU" r<\nxlUlon, and as sovore raiiiH 
j cnmivon hefi/rn tlicy bad ilmf to ro- ^ 
' i-uperate, .It is— feared Uiai. Uif> liii.\ ijt,orc«l 



Hon. Mr. 8rod«ur 

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VICTORIA DAILY COT.OMST 



ruesday, ^ugust 30, 1910 



LACROSSE 



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VICTORIA HANDICAP TENNIS TOURNEY 



CRICKET 



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B. C. CHAMPIONS 
AFIER MANN COP 



Vancouver Amateur Lacrosso 
T^/elve 'Will Journey East to 
Meet 'C, L, A, Title/ Holders 
4or Higher Honor . 



VANCOUVER. Augf. 29.— The V. A. 
C. lacrosse team tiro going east aftei- 
the amateur championship of Canada, 
as embodied Itj the Mann <^up, not as 
was inudverLtuitly stated ii few days 
ago ill April but during the coming' 
month of Septemher In all prohabiUty 
though the trutrtecs have not yet nam- 
ed the date. ■' Th^ directors of 
thp" v. A. t;. have set-, thel^r shcy-itl- 
ders to the whtsel, which, they hope 
will not stop revodving until it has car- 
ried, the._atlckhandlers into the east 
and has borne- tliem back _wlth the 
silverware in their custody. The funds 
of the instltutiaa cannot be called 
upon for the purpose of bearing the 
heavy expense, because the Vancouver 
Athletic Club coffers are as a rule 
bare. But the directors are indlvtdu- 
thev believe that thidr . duty uncb 
the.v bielleve tha tthete-J.re_fat purs- 
""es~ln this waiting to be picked for 
such a worthy objtsct. 

The Mann Cup has_been put up 
with the intention of creating a nat- 
ional competition which shall rank 
with that for the Mlnto Cup, and 
which shall be strictly amateur. There 
are, doubtless, many men in Vancou- 
ver who will be glad to aid such a 
competition for Us own sak», and wlio 
will feel that in the first contest for 
the honor of being national champions 
the most important city on the Cana- 
dian "Pacific Coast should be repre- 
sented. 

The chances of success axe regard- 
ed by those who have ftjUowed the 
performances of the V. A. C. twelves 



tour .standard in the east at the pre.s- ' 
I'lU tirrt* as being dl.4tinetl>- K"i>i1. The 
l)ov.s are all in fine I'l'tth'. lln-y are 
cl('\ii-, tli,'\ : ■■'■ riiiifident ainl tlicy 
,sli(iiilil do the i-iiy pi'ouii In ,i joust 
with the airiati^ir laeroHse. tal.ni cil' 
the east. Thoti- opi>onents will 1m- tin- 
(•■li:iniiiion« "f fJi.' I '. 1. • A, ,111.1 Ihv 
..■hainpiona uf an;, cili. r li-.i.mif th:il 
m:i'. he rrpresenleil. 

.Siu-h a, trip WMrild In- ronsiil'rable 
ailvi-rtlsernent for Vam-oii'.ci-. li Is ;i 
long time .since a Viuieou\-.'i- l.iri-. .,s,-;c 
team traveled aeni-ss the pi.iiries aiul 
into the east, and the time !>l'em!^ ripe 
for seeing whether the uniatisir eham- 
I)ions of the provinee can emulate the 
jierforraanee of Westminsti-r and thus 
have both the national lacrosse 
trophies gracing the Pacific slope. 

BIGCiOSlO 
VISIT IHE CITY 



Vancouver Junior Lacrosse Team— 

i Champions of the B.C. Mainland 



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Wild Animal - Show A/Viil be 
One oLNext Month's Exhi- 
bition's Features^'^-Large 
Number of Entries 



The enormous increase In the de- 
mand for gasoline and Its rapidly ad- 
vancing price make It an absolute cer- 
tainty that the Oil company whose 
wet+B produce the ^imiiie oil carrying 
the highest percentage .of gafiollne Is 
the company" which will pay the' 
highest dividends. Such a company 
is the Amalgamated Dfvelopment Co., 
v/hose oil wells arc situated In the 
famous oil fields of Katalla. Alaska, 
the oil from which territory has been 
proved by repeated sclentltlc tests to 
carrv 30 per cent, of gasoline,' being 
the highest percentage ori the Ameri- 
can continent^ and 10 per cent, more 
thiin the products of the famous Perin- 
!5\lvanhi oil districts. 



Vtctorla's annual exhibition, which 
is to be held from the -lITth of Sep- 
tember to the 1st of October, will be 
V greater . success than those of the 
past In three respects, namely, agrl- 
culiurally. Industrially, and from the 
standpoint of entertainment. 

Itr-ls possible to make this asser- 
tion, acc>ordlng to Secretary George 
Sanester. without fear of the Cvent 
disproving it. A special effort has 
been made to Interest the outlying 
farming sections, and they have ex- 
pressed a determination to send in €ix- 
hlbits in almost every Instance; the 
stock breeders throughout British Co- 
lumbia and from as far ""east^as-^Vln- 
nlpeg are evincing" sufficient Interest 




this season, .and who are In a position — te -mftke entries; the space in tne 
to make a coniparison, with the ama- buildings for industrial displays Is 

practically all bespoken, and a pro- 
gramme has been drafted which wlU 
provide e,ntertalnm«in't for every fair 
<^ay from Tuesday until Saturday. 

There was ah impression that Sec- 
retary Sangster would have difficulty 
in rinding competitors for three days" 
horse show, afternoon and : evening. 
The indications aro that there will be 
more than eH*»ugh. While the secre- 
tary was In Vancouver attending that 
city's first exhibition he took ad- 
vantage of tht' opportnalLv to Intef- 
view the majority of the horse own- 
ers, and found them almost unanim- 
ous "in the intention of trying for some 
of the honors of the Victoria horge 
show. With the number coming from 



J«-»- 



"East End"Piayer» 

Terminal City Twelve Coming Here to Meet NorUi Ward, Hoiaers of Local Title, on LaJ^or Day 

at Royal Athletic Pa^k. 



I...I. of Blartling ouuestrlanlsiu iis,si.steil 
b> llio beautiful Araljlau hluIIH'U 
•Abdullah," cuiicludihg by uitroainniK 
•■The Itidlng l,'"our" lion, leoinu-d, Imui 
and dog, riding Arabian atulluui.-!. 
I'rjncess Irene and seven Cull grown 
black maned At/lcan lions, ui a sen- 
yational act replete with tnriilmg lea- 
tures. Cbncluuing will be an exhlbl- 
, lion of feeding the wild. btiU,StB raw 
i meat froni the .handa., , . ,, • .. 

Besides these will be Master uea 
Stettler and his Canine Pyiradux. eii- 
lltled "The Original and Only Maud. 
Capt. S"tc)newall will aiipoar with a 
trhupe of sea lions* which is said to 
be the most wonderful exhibitjohs of 
training wild animals ever wiluesae.d. 
Then there will be Mr- :ydward Kelley 
with the -untamable,, man kUiing, 
forest bred- African lion, Caesar \Val-. 
lace." The latter Is behoved to be the 
most valuable specimen of the species 
In captivity. '■ 

There will,, of course, be other at- 
tractions. It not being the pxtrpose .to 
give the, exhibition entirely over to 
cither the horisi show or the circus. 
Driving racois are being arranged for 
one afternoon, a brgnco busting exhi- 
bition is proposed, and on VV„-ednesday 
&.fternoon will take place the provin- 
cial athletic meet, at whte-h-Uu; cham- , 
plonshlps for British Columbia for the '- 
1910 season will bC" decided. This, 
whScins to be conducted under the 
auspices of the B. C- A. A. U., will 
.attract entries from *l11 oVer the pro- ^ 
■vlnce although, as usual, the majority 1 
of the conipetliors will come from-, 
Vancouverjtnd Victoria. In fact It Is 
reported that teams are In training 
already In these two cities. 

An announcement which will be of 
special Interest to the fruit growers 
is that the department of agriculture 
has arranaed- for packing demonstra- 
tlons-'at tne fair. A communication 
! ri'CfJlved by Secretary Sangster reads 
'in part as follows: "The department 
-wlU-jprovl'de a. competent packer, to- 
gether with the necessary su-pplies to 
bt used In the demonstration work. I 
need not state that this feature at 
your exhibition should be the means ' 
of arousing a very lively Interest in 
the fruit growing industry, and I 
would suggest your giving, full and 
ample publicity to Uie same In all 
your programme, prize lists* and cata- 
logues so that the public may be fully 
aware of what should no doubt proVe 
an attractive feature." 





1 




Opening Rou'nd Yesterday De- 
j^elops Fast Play— Special 
Class for Boys Under Six- 
teen Years— Today's Draw 



The Victoria handicap tennis tour- 
nament opened yesterday at the Cad- 
iKiro bav courts when a large number 
of men's singles were played. There 
were a number of- the other claases, 
the maJorltv of the fixtures being fill- 
ed at the times appointed. Kor the 
opeiilnjj rou. ' the quality of the ten- 
nis was distinctly above the avieraea 
Indicating ke,en competition throtagft- 
out the week. ' ' 

It Is the particular wish 01 the man- 
agement that it be understood that the 
junior event Is open to boys under six- 
teen years of age and not under eigh- 
teen as has been stated. All, members 
of the club coming within this con- 
dition and any youths outside the or- 
ganization who would like to compete 
are requested to forward their entries 
with a fifty cent fee to the secretary, 
J Lawson before five o'clock tomor- 
row afternoon. This special contest 
is for a cup presented by B;LCi/Klrk- 

Yesterday's Results. 

A complete list of yestetrday'a 
matches follows: 



the muinland. those that will, be con- 
tributed by Seattle, the local eiitrles, 
and others which may be classed as 
.miscellaneous zhere is reason to be- 
lieve that' the features of the pxhlbi- 
tlun will be the fineaii ,t he Island ha«- 
ever seen. • ' , 

one factor which. In the opinion of 
tht officials ,' 1 8 bound to contribute 
materially to its success Is the fact 
that, Instead of the afternoon sessions 
being hefd in the pavilion, the.v will 
take place on the ground fronting the 
grand stand. Thus, with the addition 
of a number of sidt^ attractions, the 



crowds that Villi attend' on Thursday, 
Friday and_ Saturday will be able "'to 
view the handsomest specimens of the 
equine world of the Pacific n'wtlnvest 
in competition. 

Circus Eentertainment 

The secretary feels assured that. In 

.signing a contract foir the appearance 

of the Al G. names three rih^ viild 

animal circus be has secu red .^n en 



tertainment whh h..wlU be a ppivrlat r d 
by the public, generaUy and, more par- 
ticularly, by the yputhful eleriient. 

Mr. Barnes w-a^ lia the city theothor 
diiy. and of his show he said: "Every 



act and ev^ry animal Is owhied sol<?ly 
bv myself, and the animals have been 
trained under my ey&s, and are pre- 
stnttd* under my supervtelon. , - 

Inclufltid are: Mile Klo;rijine and a 
troupe /f performing Perslau , leop- 
ards. 4>'umaa and panthers. Major 
Thornton presenting a mixed group 
of ' Royal Bengal tigers and African 
nfale lions. Prof. Bulkley and a herd 
of acting Slam elephants. Col. Hart 

■ a mil' a trotipo -bf .'Russian acrobatic 

wrestling and juggling bears. Mor- 
rows' .Arabian performing sUilllons. 
MUe Barnes presenting the world 
ftimous. riding lion Nero In an exhibl- 



NANAIIVIO TAKES UP 

VICTORIA CHALLENGE 

NAN,i\3MO, Aug. 29.— The Nanaimo 
intermediate baseball team is in receipt 
of a challenge from the Ca:pltol base- 
ball club of. Victoria,- for a game to be 
played here on September the 5th. 
Capt. Whiteside, of the local team, has 
acc6r>ted the challenge ajid will be- 
gin at once to get his team Into shape 
for the game. The team will be pioked 
from the following players: Menzie, 
Whiteside, Harrison, P. Piper, Gerard, 
Beattle, Bradbury, Scales, X:,awtcnce, 
"Botley, Jones and pick. 




Men's Singles. 
Kberts, scr., beat Balnes, owe 15 2-6 

g_j» '^tofi fl — 4 

('.Pitts X 3-6. beat Lowr>-, owe 15, 
8-6, 3-fi, 10-8. 

L. Leemlng x 3-6, beat Hewetson. 
scr., 6-3, 6-1. 

Stiffadman, scr., beat La-waon x 3-6, 
6-3, 7-0. ' ^ 

Darcy, owe 15, beat HalP x 15 3-6, 
4-6, 6-2,-6-3. 

O. G. Guward owe 3-6, beat J.M.. 
Young, owe 3-6, by default. f 

Rowcroft. owe 1-6. beat Terry, (owe 
3-6, 6-a, 4-^6,-6-3. 

Wilson, owe 15 beat Wilson, owe 8-6 
0-1. 6-4. 

Dewar, o^e'3-p, beat Rome,' awe 2-6, 
6-4. 3-6, 6-4. 

Marshall, owe 30 2-6, beat J. Leem- 
lng, owe 15 2-fi. 6-2, 6-2.. 

Matterson, owe 153-6, beat Lyons, x 
15 3-6. 6-t. 6-2. 

C. Martin x3-6, beat Rochfort x 15. 
3-6, 6-"4, fi-4. 

Men's Doubles., 

Maorae and Camble. owe 30 3-6, beat 
Roohfbrd and Rome, owe 2-6, 8-2, 6-1. 

Matterson and Marshall, owe 30, 
beat Galllger'and C. Martin, 6-1, ©-2. 
(Captlnued on Page 11.) 



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ruoiflay. August 30, i9TW 



VIUTOKIA UKITTf (JfWU/klH'V 



"IT. 



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^:' BOWLING AND BATTING AVERAGES FOR TOURNAMENT 



pattMt In liisi \\'-ik':^ f 'urna rui-iil f.illnu; 

Batting 



Player and i 'lub "* 

L. S. -v. York, Vlotori;. 

V. A. McKilloi>, S.'.-iiil. , , . 

J. H. Morris, Vancouviyr ....... 

J. C. Btiniacle, Vlctor!;i 

!•". J. INecs, VaiKOiivor .... • 

A. I', [i. Mnrlin, Victoria 

'I'honia.s, A'ic.'lorla 

F. H. T\e, Victoria 

R. M. lie-hdon, VlclMrla ..1 

W. ISakcf, Sratl Ic 

A. A. Rubins, Hurrard . . 

(.'. Swoenoj', Vtine'Quver 

A. 'I' T.oury, Victoria , 

\\ . I : I lotjiKes, Vanc()uvt>r 

W. 1 1. Twyman. Hurrard 

Col.-Sgt Robortsoii. Garrison 

II. J. inilp.sple. Victoria , 

P. Goepel, Saanic'h and Stra^Tjorry Vale 
A. C. Btitlor, Kootenay .>.... .'. . .'.!-. . . . . ;' 

J. J. C'lmrchly, 1?'ortlrtnrt 

J. R. SmljLli, iJurrard 

H. Jep.son, Nanaimo .'. ...: ?.. 

G. C. Peel. Vaacouvfer ^.... ..... ... 

J. W. D. Ybi-k, 'Vlctorl.n . . . : 

A. WriR.htson, Kootenst v . , ':.... 

T. Gallihor, Victoria . .'. 

C. A^ li. Payne, Vancouver ....%,........ 

C. NelsoTi, Va xuiQUver . •. ■ 

G. Uullen, Biirrartl ....,..• 

Cori>. Thomas. Garrison 

C. Cmv K X' Victoria T 



■Urs will) particl- 



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► I, ,t » • »^ • • 

, 'ft ft -ir.^ ft 4 • 

*,»'« *;«"» ft ft 



lIlKho.sl 

Scoria 

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TO 



61 

u 
.a? 

8S 

42» 

37 . 



3Z 

3(>» 

40 

49 

36 

43* 

Si* 

4« 

58' 

41 



'l^'>tal 
UiinH 
204 
2!)3- 
L'llli 
r,)7 
212 
17G 
07 . 
I'M 

.: 85 

141- 

uo.''. 

129 
88 

108 

,147 

82 

58 

134 

114 

78 

' 125 

53 

86 

117 

49 

, -98 

48 

66 

111 
77 



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'Not out 

Bowling 
Player and Club 
E. Davis, Birrrard f 

B. Rhodes, Burrard 

T. T. Pettley, Burrard . 

W. Pearson, Kootenav 

E. E. F'enwick. Portland 

J. C. Bai-nacli;, Victoria ^^. ...... . 

W. H, Cro.ssfleld, Vancouver 

L. Bailey, Portland 

A. Stiibbs, Kootenay 

\y. II. Twyman, Burrard 

W. E. Hodges, Vancouver 

McNainara, Saanich and Strawberry Vale . 

M. Coi'Plnfier, Portland . . 

W. P. G<*t»«*. Garrison 

L. S. V. Vbrk, Victoria : 

T. J. Peers, Vaucouirer 

"Sinclair, Saanich and Strawberry Vale . . . . . 

T. C. G. Mahon. Kootenay '. 

T. R. Smith, Burrard 

Q.M.S. .-Vskey, Garrison 

A. C. Butler, Kootenay 

A. Duncan, Albl(tn . ; 

W. A. Draper, Burrard 

J. W. D. York, Victoria 

W. PattuJlo, Seattle 

C. A. L. Payne, Vancouver .. . 

Cotton, Saanich rind Strawberry Vale ...... 

J. H. Morris, Vancouver 

C. Illingworth, Nanaimo .-. 

E. W. Ismay, Albion : 

R. H. Ilebden, Victoria ..* 

A. A. Robins, Burrard 

►Q. Wilklnsoa, Kootenay , 

C. S\veene>-, Vancouver 



Aver- 
age 
102.2 
U7.T 

r)2.(; 

30.4 
35.3 
35.2 
35 
32.8 
29.7 
28.3 
28.2 
26.2 
25.8 
"'2 
21.6 
21 
20.5 
1!1,3 
19.1 
19 
19 
17.9 
17.'7 
■ 17.2 
16.7 
16.3 
16.3 
16 
16 
15.9 
.15.4 



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NATIONALS CHALLENGE : 

FOR THE MINTO CUP : 

— ♦ 

MONTKIC.M.. .\ug. 2y.--Na- ♦ 

■ tlonalB securtid a double-Nol- ■♦ 

• Hon on til'- championHhin. by -*■ 

deCeatlriK t'urnwall i>n their ■♦■ 

own (.Tdund.s Saturday, \<y :i ■♦ 

to 1. li was a liHltli' raival, the •♦ 

Frenrhiii.'n iuitliim up the ■* 

■ .fight ot lla-ir l!\.s. I'resident -♦ 

■ St. Pierre will iinniedlately ♦ 
ende.avMf to. .seeiire dates I'or ■* 
lilint- iMip ganieH with New ♦• 
WcslndnhliT He iml in a, •- 
. I'.allenge t.. M • Ini-Ur. h t-- ■*- 

.1,1-.. 'Pber.' \'.as i.,'r.Ml jiihilt- > 

t j.,11 in 111.- cit >■ S.-iturd.i \ niKia ■♦ 

-♦- 

♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 



DALLIES m. NOT 





Honor Shared Willi Celtics of 
Vancouver, .Says G. A, Par-,, 
ker. Trustee of Peoples' 
SKieid— Defence of Title 



wickets 
. . 14" - 
.. . 6 
.. 12 
.. 6 
.21 
.. 18 
... 17 
.. 19 
.. 13 
.. 14 
.2 



23 
19 
20 
22 



«j=^ 



18 
■ 7 
20 
17 



4 
U' 
18' 

3 
11, 

9 
17 

5, 

3 
• 9 

1 



Runs 

51 

29 , 

%1 

36 
134 
109 
115 

106 
111 

17 
190 
201 
160 
165 
197 

18 
164 

65 
187 
169 

20 

20 

43 
141 
221 

61 
143 
117 
224 

67 

41 
124 

15 



Average 

3.6 

4.8 

5.9 

6 

6.4 

6.5 
' 6.7 

7.5 

8.2 

8.2 

8..^. 

8.6 ■ 
. 8.7 
■ 8.4 

8.3 

8.9 ' 

9 

9.1 

9.2 

9.4 

9.9 
. 10 
10 
■ 10.8 
11.7 
12.2 
12.2 
13 
13 
18:i 
13.4 
13.6 
13.8 ' 
15 



E. Dewdney, owe 15 2-jB, vs. W. T. 
.Williams, scr. ; " ,1..-.^ 

Dr. Nelson amrc. R. Talbot, Qvr€T5, 
vsfl. Dewar and Baines, owe 4-6. 

J. Hart and I.awKon. x 15, vs. J. F. 
Peters and P. Smith, x 30. 

Judge Lnminnan and H. Eberte, x 
3t6, *». pblIo< U and Keefer,; oi^,«5 15 3-« 
FIvo O'clock. 

H. Pollock, owe 15 3n«, 1%,. .B. P. 
Schwongers, owe 60. ^." V • - 

E. S. Jephsofa/ o*e 1,6 4-6^;-VBr J. I*. 
MAra, x 3-6. ' • ' ' " 
. A- t-'. Futcher, scr, va. Eberts, scr. 

Alexis Martin, _owe 15, vs. A. R. Mc- 
Callum, owe 3-6.__ ' ' v 

"" F. A. adactae, owe , 30* vs. D. James, 
owe 3-6. . ■ 

Dickson .and Lowjry.-'Two 16, vs. Ray- 
mur and Jdartln, x 3-6. 

„ • 






Here is the way G.A. Proctor places 
the Peoides' Shield situation at • pr; 
sent in a letter to a Calgary paper 

"As the organizer and promoter 
the Peoples' Shield eonipetltlon in the 
InteroBts of . assneialion football 
throughout Canada, 1 have; one or two 
remarks to make in defence' of the 
board of trustees of whom I am a. 
. member." ' - •■ 

, ':i have to correi>t" the statemeHt 
that the ' Caljles are the champions. 
This l«,not so-^-the CuUies at the best 
are only Jidnt hoWer.s o( that honor, 
shfiring It with the famqi^iB Celties of 
■'Vancouver. The fiacts concerning the 



. Notes 
L. S. V. York, of Victoria C.C, has 
toij t)attlng average of 102. 



, The most consistent performer wilth 
the bat was V. A. McKillop; of Seattle 
C.C. In one Innings he was last man 
out. In two others he was not out. He 
has the highest total of runs and sec- 
ond highest average. 



E. Dftvles, of Burrard C.C, has best 
bowling average, 3.6. , 



The most consistent performer with 
the ball was E. E. FemvlCK, of Port- 
land C.C having bowiea In every 
match for an average of »».4-. 



Mrs. WW. Whiite, of the Albion' C.C, 
holds tW- record as Tea Matron, having 
officiated at every tea at the Beacon 
HI H grounds during tournament week. 



FA^JDICAP TEI\n\IIS 

"" . TOURNEY OPENS 



(Continued from. Page 10.) 



Ladies Singiea 

Mr.«i. Dewar, x 15. b^at Miss D. Mac- 
dowall, X 15 3-6, 6-3., 6-4. 

Mrs. Holland, x 3-fi, beat Miss Mara 
X 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. . 



MissV. Pooley, owe 40, beat Miss 
Futcher, owe 3-6, 8^6. 6-4. 

Mixed Doubles. 
Judge Lampman and Mrs., Holland. 
X I'D 3-6, beat Lnwry and Miss V. 
Pooley, owe 30: . _ 

Ladies' Doubles. 

Miss . Bell and Miss Rlckaby, str., 
beat Miss Filzgibbon and Miss Mara. 
X 15, 6-0. 6-4. 

The, draw .fc^r today follows: 

Two O'clock. _ 
Miss Page and Miss McDowall, x 30, 
vs. Miss Coml>e and Miss G. Pitts, x 
153-6. 

MISs Pooley. owe 40, vs. Miss Spen- 
cer..,8cr. 
- Three 0'Cli^c|«. 

Mattersoi'i and' .Miss Pitts,'- "\\e i .'i 
vs.' Hewertson and, M rs ; Ba-mpson. x 
15 2-6.. ',■.■■, 'I 

Alexl? kartin and Miss Bell, owe] 
15. V!4. D. D; and .Mrs. I..awson, x 15. ' 

Eberts a»ul Mrs. Crow Baker, x 4-6, • 
vs. Williams and Miss Fytcher, x 4-6.; 

Dr.. Nelson and Mrs. Nelson, x 2x6, 
vs. F.. B. Pemherton and Miss Fitz- 
glbbon.'x 15 3-6. 

Four O'clock. 

,D. Martin, x 3-6. vs. W. Plggott, x 
3-6. 

r. Pitts, X 3-6,, vs. T. Leemlng, x 

3-6. . 



terlng Into a watlafacturr cuntraut 
with the city. 

In tho utiovo C'onneetlon Mr Blyglie 
wr(He the council that In subniittlng 
his bid lit! wished to point (Mil tlml tt 
Is some tlmti ago hIuco he bi'oiigtu to 
lli»> attention of tho oily the iU'eenHlly 
or InauKuratliig somA bottei' Hvslein of 
Ktirbaife ouUm'tlon by tlu: oily, llo had 
-Hpent considerable time In supplying 
ihr iltv with Hiie(dal Inforniut lun and 
while he douired no, ewnHl,dei'atuin on 
that acore ho wlHhed to aay thai sliould 
the company wlileh hv represenl.s h«- 
enre the lender for lias 11 wus hla in- 
tenlion lo inannfa,elt.ire tho entire 8,000 
tins in Victoria and n. d.i -^-i IiIh prin- 
cipals are prepaii-d t^ .ini a, factory 
)'•■)• wMrh would Rivi- employment 
1 ■ II,. uvenly-five hand's'' Who would 
seizure the highest union wa^os, ' 

FORT STREET BLAZE 



BODGET OF NEWS 
FROM GAY 




How 

a 



il is Proposed to Prevent 
Recurrence of Floods 



Fire, Ruins Structure at Corner of- Fort 

and Blanchard Streets at Early 

Hour This Morning 



Flr,e did consldefabi© damaf* ,to tlie 

building at the southeast corner of Fort 
and Blanchard streets at 2:15 o'clock 
■this morning. The origin of the bla'-se 
Is unknown, but the fad that ■ the 
pro.mlaos were occupied- by a Jaganese 
clothing establlshnient ied to ttrp- sup- 
position tliat BaHQjJxiel used in clothes 
cleaning operations, had li'ecome ignited. 
WJien the alarm was turned In flames 



»• » 1,^1.1 In i-i,.!.,;;..., I a.„-f .>»<.•. waf® bui'stlng from the windows of ilie 

^'^_l'^^^"V/'.?i...^,??*^.i'!..J:,'^.'lf*L.'?f»Jff.i'; two storey building, '^nd; the structure 




Pears~on,jif New Westminster 
Amateur Team, Can't Play 
Until After July 2f 191 T— 
Sweeney Imposes Sentence 



As punishment for what the Vamcou- 
ver amateur lacrosse' club alleges was- 
a deliberate assault on P-' Calder, a 
memher of Its team, .Pearson of New-, 
Westminster has been expelled from 
the Pacific Amateur Lacrosse asaocla- 
yon until July 2, 1911. 

•The o'ffence, as laid down on the 
formal . charge was committed on 
August 20, when the i Vancouver, and 
New Westminster teamsj met In oae of 
the amateur league m&tcbes for the 
British Columbia title. 

Leo Sween«y, of Victoria, was sent 
to Vancouver on Sa't^irday as the 
representative of this city's club to 
take, evidence and administer .jiiatice. 
After hearing yvltnesses from both 
Vancouver and Nev^- Westminster and 
having an opportunity of inspecting 
the injuries stistaini^d by Calder, which 
consisted of a bniken nose aad a badly 
smashed face, Mr. Sweeney came to 
the conclusion that Pearson was en- 
titled to severe reprimand. 
■ The Royal City team clalme*— ^ihat 
Pearson did not strike Calder purpose- 
ly.^,and thought It would be sufftclent 
for^the association to send him a Tfet- 
ter'of -censure. Y&ncouver. however, 
-wanted Pearson ejtpeJled "TBr, iall time. 
Later they expreJweid themselve-i • as 
being satisfied with his rejection for a 
single year. In imposing the sentence 
Indicated. Mr. Sweeney effected a v'om- 
pronjise which appeared' satisfactory 
to both clubs. 

. Monkay Brina ivusp crwaa *'^t<»on wtmt- 
•fli, atoeU iron and tinwer . kiflvea aod 
locka. and all kinds of CutluTA)' »; 



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are well known to you i^lj, and I think 
and unbiased man will bear me out 
when 1 say ifiat the Callles*' worthy 
opponents did not receive a square 
deal at -the hands ot your committee. 
1 have letters from the teams from 
Winnipeg, Vanoniver and Reglna, dis- 
tinctly stating their dissatisfaction at 
the uhbustnes«-like nianiier in which 
the tournament wus run. ' The Cel- 
-tU!« were asked to play their final 
tie on tho last evening, and there was 
no. tangible reason why the Import- 
ant match could riot have been t>layed 
, In the afternioon. Darkness came on 
and prevented tho usual extra time;- 
An absurd proposal was made for the 
Celtics to sta^' over unjll Monday. 

"However, It was agreed hetween 
Messrs. Ings, and Wallls lhat.J,he two 
teams 8h6uld hold the shield each six 
months. The trustees i^Jinsidered 4hl« 
a bad arrangement, and suggested 
that the tie should be fcnight to a fin- 
ish In Vancouver at a eonveiilent date. 
May 24- was the date given. The 
president of the Celtics (Mr. WalltBT, 
most generously offered to pay all the 
ej?i>en8es of the Calgary team to gfl 
to A'ancouver and play off tfco tie. Any 
team with any true sporting Instinct 
would have accepted su'-h a generous 
offer, 

"I am afraid that Calgarj-^s crack 
team- is studying too mueh the finan- 
cial entTof thV game Their conduct 
at the WinnliJe^ and Vanepirver tour- 
naments did not gain them many 
friends. ,1 am ,ref.crrin»^ tu the man- 
agement part of It. 

-To revert to the Joint 'ownership 
of the shield. . J)r. I'iiks promised to 
vsend the shield to \ aneouver. at the 
expiration of the first st.\ months, and 
I .received a complaint from tl\e .«'el- 
tlca of Vancouver that the shield had 
not been sent as prunu.'*ed. 1 believe 
the shield is still In Calg^ry. 

"One of the rules "( the oonslitu- 
tfon states that the shield Is a per- 
petual one, and cannot become the 
property of any bJub. ' Another ri^le 
states that the* tournament shall be 
held In a dlffftraht centre every year, 

"If the ropcitt; Is correct. Calgary 
is under t|)e linpriaslou that the chal- 
lengers ahall go to Calgary f* \^'ln the 
trophy. W»v <k» hm play under the 
MintO' cup raiea 

sider such a principle- Is not in the 
best inter.-9ts of oUr, game. 

"The Thistles of Toronto, the first 
winners of the shjipld, defrtnled their 
proud title the fnilowlrtg year i* Win- 
nipeg. They bniveljf sustained, a loss 
Of over $5<to; Two ye^rs ago' thSit 'al- 
lies "raised htindredB 'of dollar|„,'|rom 
the merchants, of C?algar\. gi*ifedliy 
seized a larjje proportion -if tfte re- 
ceipts at Vancouver; and in addition 
received a big i^uinrfroni outside t«ams 
at thfe coast for ♦Xtra matchMi- One j 
^•ould have ihonghl there would have ' 
been sufficient funds In. the coffers j 
of the club til send their players^ to | 
Tororito-r-where 1 am Sure they WouldT 
get a hearty reception. 

"It ia.up to the Caltles to conipl.? 
with* one of the lon.dltlons of owner- 
shlp, that the shiehl must he delivered 
over' lo the Boeretary for the trustee.s 
at least two weeks beforfj the next 
tournament. It is therefore now due 
in Toronto f>)r the" scries of games 
which begirt here on Sept.. f>, -All the 
eastern rhanipioii t»aais have entJ»red 
for the contest, an^l It will iindnubted- 
ly be .a great suixess." 



AND WHAT IT IS 



Eliisoji Is 
Ellison Is 
Ellison Is 
Ellison Is 
Ellison Is 



The first official inland Townsite of the 
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. 

Situated at the junction of the rich 
Bulkley Valley and the Skeena River. 

A Townsite of Certainties, whose fu- 
ture prosperity is f^Hy assured. 

In th6 midst of tfch mineral and coal 
prospects 

A place which offers, the investor of 
moderate means unlimited opportuni- 
ties for making money. 

Prices Per Lot in Ellison are' 

$250 for Inside and '$350 for Corners 

-. -■ ,'.■,;'*■■:■■.' --. ' • • ■ ■ ' 

Full iiif urination can be obtained from ^ 



seemed doomed. The' brigade' .^sas 
prompt In responding and four hydrant 
streams wore sopn turned upon the fire. 
The reflection lit up tho sky and aitraci- 
eda-largB" number of spectators,- With- 
in half an hour the flames were under 
control. The damage occasioned by tae 
fire amounte* to ab'out fTTOOO. 



WOULD BLOCK SCHEiVIE 



Alderman Fullerton Wants Re-Con- 

sideratjon of Water Committee's 

Recommendation 



Whiclr 
Capital 



Damaged Fre"nch 



While the special water committee 
composed of the members; of the city 
council and 21 citizens has recom- 
mended to the council the placing lae- 
fore the ratepayers of a bylaw to pur- 
chase the. holdings of the Ksqulmalt 
■Water Works company at a price . to 
be arbitrated upon under th» -terms 
of the recent legislation provided far 
that X'uriwse, there Is likely to be 
some discussion when the matter 
comes before the council. — 

Alderman Fullerton at last night's 
meeting of the civic governing body 
refused .to admit "the Mayor's state- 
ment that the council has aHopted the 
recommendation made by the commit- 
tee at last Thursday night's meeting. 
He declared that he would re-open the 
matter and while he was ' willing to 
admit that the council might accept 
the suggestion of the .committee he 
deiiled absolutely that the recommen- 
dation has yet been adopted. 

Mayor Morley polnteol.but ihat after 
last Thursday's meeting the council," 
which -had been regularly called t'o- 
gethnjr for a special meeting, had 
adopted the report of the special com- 
mittee, but anyway, the adoption of 
the minutes of that meeting as was 
done at last night's session of the 
council, was tantamount to accepting 
the committee's finding. 
. Eve.h at that Alderman Fullerton 
was not siitlBfied and he declared that, 
if necessary; he would po.«ft notTCe of 
motion that the decision of the council 
. .^ .shouUi be recfjnslder^d. He failed to 

The trustees con-t-i state what he intended to advance In 
argument against the Eequlmalt Water 
Works Company puf'Chase pcftftosltlon, 
but as ,he is In fa vox of Sooke l^ake 4t 
wltl doubtless be scwnethlng in favor 
of his pet scheme. "* 

In the m.eantlme tjie city solicitor 
was preparing a bylsfiy to submit to 
the ratepayers along the lines of the 
conjnjlttee's recommendation, that ar- 
ldt'i%tlon proceedings be taken to sa-- 
cure the company's undertaking. 



PAltlS, Aug. 27.—M. Alfred Plcard. 
editor of the Ktgantl„c report irt seven 
Ifundred odd Quarto pages on the floods 
of last winter, 'which has been written 
and published In record time for works 
of the kind, has outlined before the 
Academy of Sciences the measures pro- 
posed by the commtsslon, of vvlilch he Is 
president, ftir protecting Paris and tbe 
suburbs in, the evSit of a recurrence of 
the same, dlfeastor. The radical remedy 
was suggested last February of dividing 
the Seine la two branches by digging a 
canal with locks passing beneath the 
loop of the river in Paris like a chord of 
an ai-e of a-clrcle, arid running In a 
straight line. from Jj>, point above to' an- 
other below the capital. This heroic 
method seems now to have been abandon- 
ed. Instead, a series of comparatively 
smaller works Is proposed. Tbes'o in- 
clud'«{Xhe rebulldlftg of four bridges^Uiifi 
construction or alteration of three main 
drains, and the blocking e£ many, but not 
all, of^'^tlie air^les opening on the river 
liank, below the level of the quays from 
the railway line running along the .Seine 
to the Invalldes. A series of more im- 
portant measures also j-ecommended In- 
cludes the "afforesiation of certain val- 
leys In the .Seine watershed, the deepen- 
ing of the river below Paris frcJm Sur- 
snos to Bouglval, and the digging of a 
canal to catry^pff a portion of the waters 
of tho Marne above Paris. The total 
cost of these, measures proposed by the 
commission is estimated by M. Picnrd 
at £S, 800.000. "The . result," he adds, 
"will be well worth tlie money." 



Oairs Ke»a aud £oouomy 

At Saint (terrnaln Uves u liHolielnr whcr 
seeniH to luive twn luling piusslons — 
culfb lieud HMd iluiri.- The priiu'lpal 
newt-ijaiH-r id' the town priiu.s the fol- 
l(jwliJK H'lvertlseuient: "Slngl*- Ketitlo- 
nuui. pintlriilarly fond -, of cuU's heail. 
I'liidliiK lie ■au only get it whole, and be- 
iiiK uiuible ID eat a whohj one, seeks one 
or several iiartners to .share a calf's head 
with irfiii tliroe times a week." If lie Is 



Kf. inn, I 



il' ihu dish, why does ho not buy 
ery Monday and eat it by liiin- 
ughout Uie week? It ought to 
vied up. to .Si/0dtty supper. 



Tho Ptlco of "Plug." 

Cigar, cigarette and pipe smokers have 
been annoyed In lOe rise in the dulles 
on t nKnpen i ifjrfl. Now even chewers' 
backs are up. A member of parliament, 
whether because he chews himself or 
because his constituents in, the Vftsges 
country are groat chewers, writes Indig- 
nantly to the Ministry of Finance. Ho 
>int»n not. compla in of Ilavana cigars and 
ISgyptian cigarettes being put tip In 
price. But' he' really must- protest 
against Increased taxation of the demo- 
cratic plug. The government depiirt- 
ment concerned has replied to the dep-^ 
uty with that resourcefulness and tri- 
umphant thoroughness ■ peculiar ' to 
French government departments In par- 
tlcvdfir.. The honorable member, it 
points out, seems unaware that there 
exist three kinds of plug, tobacco manu- 
factured by the French state — the demo- 
cratic, the middle-class and the aristo- 
crattc; called respectively by the tech- 
nical engineers "of , the stale tobacco fac- 
tories, "carrots,'' "ordinary" and "fine 
cut." The hon,orablo member' Is mis- 
taken in saying that the democratic 
plug has been .raised In price. This. Is 
not the fact, nor has the "ordinary," 
which Is generally favored by chewers 
In easy, clrcumstance.s. On the, other 
hand, it T« a fact that the fine-cut has 
Jione up .In. price. . This is the p!u^-de- 
luxo; which' pniy the wealthy cla#fies 
consume. Is it riot right that a toll 
shou'ld be levied op luxury, whereby the 
poor and th» naaldd l e- ola BB benefit, as- 
thelr "carrots" 'and "ordtnar>'" are as 
cheap aa ever? Those ■ who can only 
chew the plug-d(B-luxe must expect to 
■pay for their fasttdlTrusness., 



f^iiice tlie death of Joe Gans, sport - 
ioi.' w liters hav«. had -many fine things 
t bout the little colored sport, 

\v I 1 .'he time held the lightweight 
eluuMiiiunshlp of th« world. , Many, 
whose <.)pi)ortunlty of knowing was un- 
liuestlonable, pronounce Oaaa to have 
been the best' pugilist for his Inches 
and pounds that ever stood In a ring: 
and In addition to- this praise they at- 
tribute to him (lualltles of 'which men 
In otlier and higher walks of life would 
have re^ison to be proud. He is -said 
to have been honest ,and fair, and, 
above all, modest, a quality not com- 
mon among men of his race who'have 
actiieved distinction! and especially 
distinction In the fleM ot sports. Per- 
haps the neatest bit Vif praise offered 
to the niernory of th\ darkey boxer, 
who, when the handX of death vvas 
pressing heavily upon him, travelled 
across the contlnenjt. In order that ho 
mlgh.t sfee his mothl»r before setting 
out on .the long Journey to the undis- 
covered country, was that written by 
William L. Kirk, of New JLork. ' who 
Balfl;^!^' When Joe G.'sns died, the sport- 
ing world lost a blat:k, diamond, and 
the black diamond did not li^ve any 
flaws in It." 



IMVESTIGATING THE 

FISHERY PROSPECTS 



Sir George Doughty Has Plans for Es- 
tablishment ot Big Fishing Concern 
With Headquarters at Rupert 




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Placed in Hands of General 
Me.ha r— Lake Nicaragua 
Boat is Ca.ptured 



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GARBAGE TIN TENDERS 



1 

'* MANAOtTA. Aug. 29.— Jose Dolores 
'■• lOstrada to whom President Madriz 

' I turned over the administration of the 
Nlearn'guan government l^efore .flee- 
ing the cotintry. today retired from 
the, presidency In favor of General 
Louis TMena. who m'tus deslgnateil by 
blni as acting president of the repubi 
'lie. • ' - ■ . 

Thlis change of admlhlstratlpn was 
In.'consequence of Instructions frotn 
General Kslrada, .the head of the pro- 
visional government, and leadernrf tlie 
rtH'olut ion against Madriz. ■ ,' 

, General Mena Im nicdlifctely \ook pos- 
session ol the presideiittal 'mansion. 
President Mena arrived at Managua 
last night, accompanied by his staff 
and camped on the penitentiary 
grounds. On. being I'nformied of his 
presence there,* General Chamorro 
commander jn chief of the army, ap- 
pointed IDr. Gamez to confer' with 
Jose P^strada. Half an hour .before 
mlrjnl«:ht Dr. Qomez and Joes Estrada 
I signed an agreernent to turn over full 
I- I control of the. government to General 

oi Menn, this mryrnlng. 

1 A' dispatch received today by the 
acting .presldifivt reports a final suc- 
■cesaful fight for the new adnj^lnls- 
f rat Ion. The captain of the goverri- 
K. ment ateamer Noventltl-ea, on Lake 
>flcaragua vvhjo the day before yester- 
ilay refused ti? obey the demtinds of 
the government to sui'render, and 
threatened Instead to bombard Gren- 
ada, was obliged by the members of 
Ihe crew to avrrehdei* hia Ship td the 
Ijrovlslonai government. , 

,, '. ; , ' ■ ' ' ' ' ,* "" ■■■ ;< — - 

During this visit Of Sir Wilfrd 



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After L^ina. Cortti'dfifitien City Cttun- 
it; *>■ oil Decides on ImpToved RofUM * 

•! • Collection System 



Aft- 
tenders for r;- 
will be ordt-' 
which will 
^v^l!f il w:ir-l' ; 
night, Ti- 
the I'.'U.. 



.V 

hill '.1 I 

Market ^^ 



Mitiths delay' the 
iii.H, r.dOO of vvbleh 
nr.--, liut H.(llK) ot 

' l|-( ll,ISi-ii, 

■n -il !,i-: 



baurler to Kamloops.''n<imerous mat- 
tors of loiail Import were brought to 
M» jrittehtlon, Including fran.snorta- 
tfon neceSsltffis, liii|>roven>pnta for fh,o 
'ft^l«»»-na'vigatl<,'h oT the ThorhpHon 
p||y^er,' an experimental farm for tin; 
dry belt ;imd. the .erection, of neces- 
sary federal. bpiidingH Ht Knmloops. 



The .first ;p!nno h:i 
Oeorg.e. Tt li'elongs t- 

'v I fo , of t he post mast ■ t , 

'■'-■' ,\\ g.'l Vi' lUl llM|'! iilM , 
llldience ini"l;idi!|>; .\l r 

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Beautifying Farla. _ 

'Paris, as we know. Is divided Into 2ii 
arrondls.s^m^nts. or wards.' and <aeti 
ward has Its muypr — which niakes iio 
mayors for one city. Ui»e of thein". M. 
Ernest Levallois, who Is mayor ef tlie 
second ward, has conceived a' pliui -of 
making the streets more' at tractive, a\rd 
for beautifying the -streets nnd public 
squares In an original, way. , Ills Idea, if 
It Is, carried out, will certainly be tiglily 
appreciuteid by everybody. He propo.sc-i 
to decorate the open space, around the. 
tioiirso with plants and floWer.i. The 
^National Library, and all other piihlii,; 
buildings are to bo similarly decorated. 
All the ugly little structureswhich now 
encumber many of the public thorough- 
fares ■ are to l>e removeil. the dlstrfhu- 
tlon of haiVdbflls Is to be aboli^lied, and 
the streetB are to bo kTTTr~scrui>ulo'usly, 
clean. The most original idea of all is 
to set aside certain 'night.s for an "at 
liome" In the differeht hireel.s.. On Jriiich 
nights all the .shop.-s in tliHl j)urt/lcular 
street are to be ke-pt open till midnight. 
and to be brilliantly ll«bted. TiiLn, he 
supposes, would draw crowd.s of proni- 
etaaders to that particular -Mtrei-i. • arid 
would becom.e qtilte an attraction. Thus, 
Monday night might be the night <-if the 
Avetiue de I'Opera, /|j)it'Hiliiy Jhe— night 
for the Rue du-4 .Septettibr«r. Wednesday 
Ih^ night of. the Rue de Ulvoll. Thursday 
be rejiervefi for the Hue de la Palx. Fri- 
day for the Rue Saint l^onore and .Satur- 
day for , some Oliver well-Unown Ktr«»el. 
A good d*al of biisines.H ndght be done 
by the shops on those partlculnr nights, 
which , would make the Idea i\ very ac-' 
coptable on« to the shopiteepers, and the 
feature would no <ioubt be f|uile an at- 
traction t<> stratigera who have seen 
enough of the boulevards attd the cafes 
to wish for a Change. 

Nesrrea* . Fainted White 

A,n amusUtj^ Incldil^nt look place lale at 
nlglit ill a house in Monlmartre. where 
two women applied thte.cohteivt-s of a pot 
-of white paint to, a -negress. whom, they 
accused of flirting with their luiHlmuds. 
The coi()red woman has bfeeh living in 
(he house for some time, linik seemed, to 
take a pleasure in saying nlce'thlngs to 
tho niefi when tliey returned home from" 
their work In the evening.- The wive-s of 
two of the men became despefirtety jeal- 
,ou.s, and frequently had words' ■with 
tiielr duMky "srster," Stic did not. take 
their .reproaches seriously, and, perhapH 
to tease them still mocei she 'was nicer 
to the meh than ever. . The two w6men 
could 8tand.it no longer. Palntera'hap- 
pened to be, wt^-kihg Jn the bouse, and 
left a pot 'of- white paint and their 
brushes \n -thtrsyvrff^"' The two Women 
saw their dhatitto and waited for the 
negress at night. As she was Htandin>f 
at the door they caught hoi.! 
hustled her Into the yard, .. 
her face^vlth white .palm, '.i 
is Bald to hav«« made tho hOu^' 
h^>r IfimentntlOns. tnji none of i;,,. m-icti- 
bor><. nor even the poli,.\ took any notice 
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French Bar's Cantoiinry 

On December- 24, ncSt the i 

« ill r.-l(-i.rMi(>, Its hundredth l;;:...i.,, 

- xlstence as a modern body 
• f X.-ipolcon I." This centen- 
' rated on that ilaic with 
.1 ' I lo Order of Barrl.sters 

Willi give (I -iiTlendUl banquet in tlie im- 
inensehiill of tlie law courti, to vvhicli 
the leadbiK nieniheri-i (if the Brltl.sh l>nr 
and prominent luwjers In other counlrles 
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To spy out ^he opportunities with 
regard to the establishment of a .big 
fishing industry'- Sir George Doughty, 
of Grimsby, has been at Prince Rupert 
in tlie party uf President Ha-ys, of the 
G. T. P. The Prince Rupert OptImlaW«-», 
says : , - ' 

"His iir.«t visit to this coast with the 
President Hays party Is to spy out the 
land for tlie establishment of a llshlng 
^Industry that would make Priijce Ru- 
l)ert the greatest fishery market jin 
the American continent, just as' IiIb 
native town of Urim.sby is to the Unit- 
ed Kingdom. This portioh of tlie - In- 
tensely Interesting chat . cannot be 
quoted In the words of Sir George, as 
this might sefem to be taking advan- 
t^ige of his frankness, and It is jfist 
possible he might be embarrassed by 
it. It was suggested that the Optimist . 
was aware his great llrm had for some 
time been keei)lng an. eye on this coast 
and its Jlshiiig posslijllitles. and the an-' 
no,uncement of a decision having ibeen 
arrived at would the an encoiiragerrient 
and an Incentive to our people. 

" 'Vou may go as far as to say that 
1 am much Impresjiefl with the situa- 
tion for the establishdient of a largo 
fishing industry here,' was hl.s caref.ijl. 
reply, "and u-i>on excellent reports .1 
ha.ve received Verified from my own 
observations, I shall report favorably 
'to my partner.' . ■ 

"But" not the 'Slightest harm can toe 
done by the publication of the general 
remarks of Sir George upon the fisiiery 
posalliHll lew of this northern coast, and. 
coming from such an eminent aut hority 
they are of absorUlrig interest an^ reAl 
stimulative value. " ', * -^^^ 

"At tJi» present time t he fishing In- 
dustry 'or. our coast Is condned to sal- 
mon. WIt-h Sir 'deprive and his lifelong 
ex|)erienc^ in the business this does 
not appeiea,^ Toe the reason that It is 
merely seasonal. In the great fishery 
establishments which have niade 
Grirnsby what-4t Is, salmon Is scarcely 
considered. It Is what Sir George palls 
the higher class of flsh.fdbd they deal 
in there — the white fish — the haddock, 
cod, ling, haJtbut, herring and so' on. 
lie is looking at this coast froip that 
poliit of view. 

"Therefore, should his, great , firm 
take hold iK^re It -wfiuld practically 
fne.in the creation of a new industry, 
and one of potential Influenoies. It 
mean.^ more, as Sir Gtsorge sees' It, and 
1ii Jhe .way of colonliil Irriporlaltsm, 
which Is the pet hobby of this great 
statesman. - 

"in the flriit plHC£, for such a build- 
ing up of the llshing .liidustry on a 
scale commc-nsurafc with the fishery 
re,'*ource8 of this coasts he thinks It 
will be neces.'»ary to Import white 
Ilshermen. The Indian amJ" white fls.li/ 
ermen ' on this coast now m-iy ibe ail 
right for salmon, but siilmon corne to 
you and all one 'has to do in to take 
tliem from 'Ihe -water. There la no fish- 
ing about it. For the white fish of - 
(•ommercc a great deal of experience 
and knowledge is required, a study of 
tln> habits of the Various. kind o^f fish 
and of their natural habitat. 

"He would therefore brl-ng here somf* 
Strdtch fishermen, some Grimsby flsh- 
ermcn, and some from the , codllsh 
banks' and halibut grounds of tlie At- 
lantic coast. . These would form the 
nucleus fbr^an immense fishing popu- 
lation, Tho estajbllshments at Grimsby 
maintain a large number of hands to 
handle the fish when caught, and the 
industries connected with' It. Sawmills, 
barrel stave factories, barrels and 
■puncheons, and their hoops and so on. 
We have abimdance of lumber here 
excellent for the punpoao and all that ' 
Is needed Is the skilled labor and la- 
bor generally. t-o work it tip. .' 

"Herring and many ofcher _flah-^dre 
migratory, traveling 'Ip shoals Up and 
dovyn, the coast. First they would be at 
a far pol,nt north, -say, and then> at the 
next point sopth and so on. They might 
be. taken at all points and fishlnig vil- 
lages would thus spring uji all aong^ 
the coast. But they must be handled 
right here in Prince Rupert, says Sli" 
George, because of Its superior facul- 
ties, prince Rupert Would ha\'e a vast 
market by rail and the markets of the 
world by, water. . . . 

"And he will report ' favoraibly on 
Prlne«> RupftTt as the site for this larg*; 
Industry. 

"Then, comes the. Imperial point on 
the scheme, Sir .George sj^es that In a 
short lime this coast must 'have to fnci- 
the 'yellow peril.' ' Wo nre on friendly 
term.s vvltli J.^iian and China nt the 

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in defence. It will be absolutely neces- 
sary, in the opinion of sir -George, for 
(^anada a-ftd Great nrltaln,' Jointly to 
mriintaln a \'ery liirge fleet on 1hl« 
.■ooHt. To do this it follows i 
nioHt have On the cofist u. airor:, ,, ; 
reserve. This i-ap only be, re/jruliia-l^id- 
\antageously from ,, tho fl.«!hlng i r.pula- 
tlon. So that, by encourag/ng the do- 
vnlopmo'ii i)f the fishing in'luatr.y on 
thl;j •>■■■' ' 'anada, and Grt-ir HrlLain 
win -ng one of the >..-.m Impor- 



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For Sale, Cheap, One of the Best Known 

Far ms Near Westholme 

TIlis niosL tlcsirablc pruixrty cansrsts of i6o acres",' of which 35 is. good; bottom land iinder cultivati on and pasture, three 
small paddocks and orchard. The remainder is bush land, containing some timber, parts of Wbich can easily be" <;leared. 
(.iv.k r^ll^ through property. 'Ikittom' land stands dry summer>^ uikI will jrrow anything. _ . .•.,,' ^^'i^j': 

WATER Ls obtahied by gravitation from tank on properly, and 



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wHUn- rlKhts are recordKd. Water )a }aid on -tt*- luiusei garden. 
liani ,in<l stable vard; also well aiid pump in garden. 
FARM BUILDINGS— One Barn, 11 cows and 2 calf stalls; 1 loose 
box, 2 tftnH stable; separator house; macjilne houses, buggy 
house and granary with loft overhead; two pjg rityes; three fowl 
houses arid -t encloa*^ riiwia; .jfood' 4-ropm cottage and woo4 

HOUSE— The dwelling fs a Kood ittoaern one. containing 2 Bitting 
and 4 bed roomfl'. kitchen, pantry, larder, bathroonf (h. and c.>, 
W. C. connected with" sfpt le ttfnk. Unen room. WoodTSUed ajid 
workshop behind house. Verandah. 3 Sides o( _Jbou««.i ^l^na, 
gliiss and kitchen utensils are Included. , , ■ ' 

8T0ClC=^Three horses, 8 cows (4 l:J/olstein, 1 Jersey, a grades). 1 
heifer ai'>isteln),^ 1 *>«U ca« (pure bred Holsteln). 4 pigs, 30 head 

of fine bred poultry. .1 ' . 

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IMPLEMENTS— All hnplementa Xapace will not permit (Sf entmi- 

eration) are ln<.luded in the purchase, price. 
SITUATION— This farm Ilea In a sheltered position un trunk road 
B miles from Duncan, -^ 1-2 miles from Weatholme, P, O., and one, 
mile from Tyee aldirig»*" • 

The house-la tn thorotighiv good repair, a^fiyS, l^ewtoe ftjrnlahed 
throughout, Including- glass, china and kltphCH' utensll*'^^ 

The rea8on~that thiB-i>r<>l>erty is up for sale la, that the owner 
haa to jeaye to attaa^di W w««nt buaJnaaa m England. 

' PRICE IS $14,000 . 

Half cash, remainder at .6 per cent. ' for 6 years. This Includes 
fljrnlture, or If desired can be purchased wlthoui furniture. 



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GOOD HOMES ON 
EASY TERMS 

123-3--FISGUARD STRE^T^-s-roomed Cottage, modern, just off Gook Street. Price $1,675 

I2i-3_ADELAIDE STREET— lot 60 x -120, and Good 3-roomed Cottage. Pantry and 
• scullery,, light, basement, etc. Price,, on terms .$1,800 

l5,g,i-_FE;RJN^W0dD ROAD— ij^-storey Bungalow of 7 rooms. Bath and pantry, modeVn, 
■ S high location. Terms; $600 cash, balance monthly. Price r •« • • $2,600 

ii.9.3,^yi;:j>^I.NG ^TREET--ft)Mo lots and- Good g^roomed Cottage, modern, in first class re- 
. " paif, brick foundation. Price, on any easy terms • ' • • • • n-r. '. $2^650 

153-6— VIEW STR^E^T-;:rclose to Vancouver Street, 5-rooined Cottage, modern 
• iences, lot 6o*x 120. Terms,^i,6oo ca.sh, balance at 7 per cent. Price ^^. . 



convcn- 
• .$3,350 

i4Q.^_VANCOtrVER STRE ET, clos e to Pj^rk and car. New 5-rQomed Modern Bungalow, 
Basement, etc., space in attic for two more rooms. Terms, one-thinl cash, balance 
lonthly . Price ; . . . ...■■ . .^_.^_^._^. $3,750 



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P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

) Moneg to Loan. Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Officea to Rent. ■ 

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This lot has a 60 foot frontage, and 
another lot. at rear of the same* size ex- 
cepting 30 X 6q feet irom one icorner. 
This property is right in the heart of 
the city. Producing, rent. A positive 
snap at ^13,000. 



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James Ray Run^'alow 

The original price of this place was 
$4,000.. The owner is leaving the city 
and must sell for the above price. 

.This Bungalow is on car line, close 
to Pjiriia^^nt Building^, and is modern 
in every way. 

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One Acre, Burnside 
Road 

This about 2 or 3 blocks fmm carlinc 
and is nearly all cleared. ( )ul3<. a fc,w 
sm^U stumps remaining- ,;^\\"^jd.raiii- 
ed, andon street where car hue is al- 
friost ■ Sure to pass. One-third' acre 
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For the next few days onlv. Owner is leaving the. city; and must 

sell. — , 

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For a double, corner in splendid locality near Park, and onlyone 
block from car line. Opposite corner in sime block held for $1,500. 

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GRANT & LINEHAM 



P.O. Box 307 



633 YATES STREET 



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We have oris af the cHolceat cot- 
neref on Government Stfeet, large 
lot. fine brick block. Easy terms. 

I-ri,,. '..$82,500 

Lot 60x120 near Corner Vancouver 
street, Modern six roomed ■houae, 
Price $9,000. $4,000 ci^sh,* bal- 
; ftnce to suit. 

No. 310-A beautiful liawiight-roomad modern house. Up to date in 

(v.rv purti.ular. Fiirplfehed. largo lot. Easy /terms, Price ..$5,000 
No 281--Cornef Lpt, 96*110. Price $1,200. Splenfdld iKraltidn for store 
No. 256-Lflrge tW JfolfVwood Park^Price $65^. Thl. ia a «nap 
No. Ill— Three. Acre, bn Oak Bay Car Ui.ne, Clfoac. In. . Vriv.. $5,000. 

$2,000 cji.sh. this is the greate.Bt bargain In tp- city. 
We have momy to loan «h the easy paytrijJnt Plan- Itnereat aevcir 
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We have for you one of the finest eight-roomed 
Houses in the city, together with over ah acre of 
well kept grounds. 'Well built garage, etc. Terms. 
Thrs property is on Oak Bay Avenue, and is offered 
for a short time only at ;^15>000 

AiioLlicr, Good liny 

Corner Lot, loo x 66, on King's Roa^. with six- 

.roonied House, full basement, with.tubs'and toilet, 

cement floor, Inrnace-a4i4 electric h'jz^ht. s Tlris house 

is thoroughly modern, and bealitifully fini.shed 

thftjughout. Terms. Prife .... .... $3,900 



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Good Building 
Lots Close in 



Vancouver Street— large lot. 

' Terms $850 

Victoria West— lot, 50x100. 

$150 ca.sh . . . .. $460 

Davie Street— just off Oak 

Bay Avenue, cement walk 

and boulevard, 64x120. 

,<,)ne-third .cash $700 

Corner Pembroke and Cook 

. — Doilblc .Corner, 120x120. 
.Terms ........... $2,500 

Corner Princess, and Van- 
couver. Terms . . $1,250 

Vancouver, near' Princess. 
« . Terms '■. . . . $1,050 



Between Blanchard and Quadra. Size 33 x 120. Large, ;; 
modern building, rental $125.00 ]>tr month. Special price ;; 
for few days. $19,000.00 — .?7 ,000. 00 cash, balance i and 2 
years. " 



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About two larKo lots on Vancou- 
ver >Si., at $600 each, 
and 
Two extra large corner lotp clos-' 
to-car w'hlcli arc fSpp, In'lbw mui- 
rbundlnK values and If tiold tm- 
njodiatoly can be Vxxiiyht Tor $4B0 
eac!i."*''TerniB, % cash, balance to 
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NAVAL OFFICER DEAD 

Late Commander r. F. C. Dundas, R.N. 
Formerly on This Station— Brother . 
Resides Here 

I'. iiiiii'i:!s (»f tliip city 'hBB been 

1! ii'tiii (:,ilu,iV of tlie (loalli <)f 

.' . .-unandor F. F. C. Dnn- 

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tiire of the King's ciii)Ual. n-ceu'cd. a 
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11. M. K. St: George und was knhw- 
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GOVERNMENT ST., 2 lota 6 
minutes walk'from P. O. Price 
|3;,600 for the two. - - 

$600 EACH Ijufll «tiW(i,vl«>t« Juat. 

oiitside the mile clfclfe. fSO 
cjish and $15 'pet motitJf. '"• 

oak Bay.lHOO bu 

.AVe have sicvcra! ^]<~■\\ In'nsc.-. in- 
different pans of tlic "i-" n :ii 
prices' rauKliiK I'l-om $: 
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FOR SALE 

'i. 'COMLOX, VAIICOyviJR|lBXiA«» 

y,. Clearecl and buBli farms, «•«- 
"' fi'ontage In district at all pHt^ea*' 
''I Fine farmlnsr country; good local 

f iKUkFJwt. Apply S 

BEABXhBXVt & BZSCOS, 

Real Sstate AsrentB, Comox aad 

C-'ii'irtney, B. C. 

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A New ' 8-rofim Bungalow, 

thoroughly modern 

A BEAUTY 

Lot 50 X 115 

, Privilege, of purchasing ad^ 

joimng lot, or part of it 

ONLY if5ri,400 

Wescott & Letts 1 

1317 Broad , Street 




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t Comnx, Vancouver Island 



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* ! .i 1' I I Mi '!'K country; good local 

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TAREE acres, Colville Road, one block from Gorge^ar line, 1 3-4 miles from 

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City Hall; price per acre 
TH-^EE" LOTS"'on'~Cowan Avenue, 150x175 feet 



. $1,500 

$1,800 
^$660-$700 



FOUR LOTS off Granite Avenue," each - ^ - - 

THREE LOTS on Linden A vei«i^ 

TWO LOTS on Wellington Street to be sold en block, price - ' $6,500 

FIVE WATERFRONT LOTS, Shav/nigan Lake, about 2 1-2 acres each, price 

per lot - ,- - ■ - . - -^- ' , ' •"" ' " ■ ■ ^T^ 



CEMENl 



SOLE AGE-NTS 



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DAY& B. BOGGS 



Established 
1890 



620 F(V'r STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 



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We havc.for sale a valuable property fronting on deep-water \x^ a sheltered position, con- 
taining a large deposit of LimesHMie and Clay suitable for the inanufacture of the finest grade 
"of Cement. It is well known tlUt the demand for CcTnent is A^CT^^-nroch in excess of the sup- 
ply. It is how used extensively as a Building Material, and owing ta the lar^c amount of 
building, laying of c/?ment sidewalks and foundations for_pavcments, etc., now going on m the 
Coast Cities, contractors ami others are unable- to (ibtain sufficient material to use in their 
business. Alriiost dailv:^ articles appear in the press relating the same story- t lie shortage of. 
cement. The property which is now offered by us for .sale can be highly .reccmimcnded to 
any one looking for an investment of this nature. The shipping facilities arc of the best, ami 
any intending purchaser can very easily satisfy themselves as to both the (luantity and qual- 
ity of both Limestone and Clay. 



APPLY TO 



SWINERTON & MUSGRAVE 



1206 Government Street 



Victoria 



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ERE SAYING GOOD-BYE FOR A WHILE, MAKE ONE GOOD BU^ 

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Hold the Fort 
Street Properties 



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M. E. Corner Fort and Blanchard, 60 x 120. Price, $40,000. %\o:,66o cash. 

Fort Street, Between Blanchard and Quadra, 60 x 120. Price $20,000. $8,000^ 

cash. ; 

Balance in each case to'be arranged. 



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Yesterday's Bar<^ain Is Sold— Here's Another! Act 

Quickly or You Will Miss il 

DAVIE STREET, close to car, Five- Roomed House and Large Lot, Only $2,100 terms. Apply to— 



Fire Insurance a Specialty 



P. O. Box 167 



"^GOLES & ODDY- - Hl^ll^suranceaSpecalty; 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 
1205 Broad Street, Next to Colonist Office 



Telephone 65 



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REAL ESTATE INSUR.-\NCE 
Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets Phone 1518 



T We have some good acreage In 
1 small . 1?loi:l{8, for sale at Col- 
i wood, on very eaty terms. 

Sevei^l blocks of land on and 
near the new MUlBiy road. 

Also several business, proper-, 
ties In the heart ot VlctorlC 



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—$8,500^— 

Buys Three Lovely Lots with" a Modern D^yclling House, 
Garage aiid Fine Ornamental Garden , 

On Government Street 

Convenient to Dallas Roa^J. FarW and Cars, on Very Easy 

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Heisterman Forma n Co. 

I ao7 Government St. Phone 55 









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^ Furnished IToiises 

To Rent 



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608 FORT STREET. 

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^AbutMon Lake || CLASS TO Tl 










157 acres of gc ^d land. 250 fruit 
trees bearing. Close to steam - 
,boat landing. Small hcuse. barn 
and stables. An Ideal spot ' 



R. B. PUNNETT 

Sat»ta Af*nt«, ntocks, Znaai«nc«, 

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ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 

Imperial Uank Chambers. 
«04 Yates Street 



Xo. 1177. — .A choice i»iccc «vf >tuil'. frnnlin.q 60 
feet Oil Linden Avenue, between McClurc and Rich- 
ardson, running: to an alley. 



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CLEARING 

BO Acres of splendid bottom land, 
seafrfentage, 3jj acres cleared, 
lovely running ■ stream flown 
through the ' property: all 
fenced, no buildlnRS. wUhIn 2 
hours from Victoria. Price ppr 
acre ftfO.OO 

AJrbTBEK SITAP 

80 Acren of .X-1 inml uncle«red. 
with both sea and lake frontage 
land level and easily cleared, 
Adjoining wharf, near school, 
about two hours from Victoria. J f 

•■- A desirable- property and a good 

buy at,, per acre > $a'S.6o 

▲VOTtilSX SKAP 

115 Acres. Hniall (n-cliard, 10 ncrps 
of fipe land, cleared, small 
house and outbuildings; a true 
natural spring of lovely water, 
piped to house; horses, wagon, 
Implements. 300 chickens; ev- 
erything on the place goes. 

T'rlce , $3,'150 

TET AWOTHEB SNAP 

40 Acres, 14 cleared, 200 fruit 
trees bearing, nl^e house of 6 
rooms, 'barn', etc., good spring. 
Price ,....,.... 93,500 

R. GRUBB 

1213 Broad Street. 



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Remnant Sale of Lots in Holly Wood ParR, Foul Bay 

WILDV^OOD AVENUE, \oXa 20 and 21, cwcrPd with gras.-? and beauti- 
ful trees, one block from th.- bea.-h and Ideaj place to "^^1;^ "^^ J"*" 
yoyr hoi^p. Price on earh lot |600. T.rms $50 cash and th» bal- 

\ ance. at $15 per month, ,_ i. i, n 

HAZEL WOOD AVENUE, lOO yards from the Kmil r.iy beach, beauti- 
ful, high. level lot, no roc,K. facing south and ea.st. Thi.vls the finest 
lot In the whole of Hollywood Park and was retained by onn "' »"" 
svndlcate for himself, but now has decided that he needs more than 
one lot. Price $650.' Terms $50 Ca.-^h and. the balance at »15 per 

HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT, lot 13, b-^autlfully wooded L.t .>0 x l.o 

. High, level, free frotii rock and dry. Thl.s Is worth easlU'J^OO. only 
one block frfmi the street car. Price $600. Terms $80 cash and the 
bajjince at $15 per month. V. . " ,^ . .11 ' ii>,oi 

ROBERTSON STREET, we owned '27, lots on this .«trcot. All le\el, 
grassy, and one b.loek froin Foul Bay beach, bast week and this 
week we have sold all th^se except two of the best lots, on whU^ a 
party had a n qptlon until this morning. Price $600 each. Terms $15 

■ 'per montn and 1®0 Vash. , . . „„ , : ' ,, ,„..„', 

RICHMONd AVENUE SOUTH. On this street we had 30 lots, all le% el 
cleared hlgli, and drv, ,ind one block from the Koul Bay beach, street 
can6 run past. Building restrlctlohs ..f »2,000 nn a'1 l"ts. \Ve have 
on/y S lots left at $$S0 each. Nothing in the city their equal at $800. 
Ar^ you going to let them all be cleared out and not own a lot at 

' Foul' Bav;- Terms, $50 cash and $15 per month on each lot. ^ 

We have several hou«e snaps, all new. In desi^abl(> i.;<'i« "f the city, 
on et^Hv terms. Look them up before you buy. ,■ , / . ." 

RICHARDSON STREET, beautiful It-vel lots In the Douglas estate 
lust below government house, These lots are unsurpassed as a 
siicculatlon as the fashionable portion of thf ^HV •» growing to- 
wards them, we feel confident theiy will be worth $1,500 each In ^wo 
years. Price $65(1, on easy terms. Se wers pa ss, the lots. 

Mcpherson a FULIERTON BR0„ Phone 18887-Trouncc Ave. 

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$2,300 



Xo. io<->7m.^^Tlic Corner <»[ IJndcn 
'Ricliardson. Street, tnunin;:; '»o lexn un 



Avenue and 
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$2,625 

THE GRIFFITH CO. ] 

' RKALTY AND TIMBER 1 

Room 11, Mahon Block. Insurance — F.ire, Life and Aooidaht I 



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If yon, are looking for w! good 
safe interest pajring lu7e«tment 

It 'would be worth, your while to 
tnveistlgate either of the following 
which are' business Vroperttes; 

•Sale prlfe fSO.OOO; monthly rev-; 
enae $260.00. . 

Safe price $45,000; monthly rev- 
enue $325.00. 

In both cases the I^ll4ihgs are 
good and the front ' foot price 
asked for adjoining loti? makes 
both proposltiona \^^ !llke bar- 
gains. ' ■ ^ 

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. «04 Bruughton Street t 

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Pretty 4-roomed Cottage, sitiiatte .within ihe one rn.il e 

,j circle. Good vcj^cthlVlc j;ar<lcn and friiit trees, with work- ■ 

^^siiop. and Qutbuildingj^. Range, bliivd.s.aiul lin"lciini< 

iiu-lndcd, Close to the .'^ea 

: S 2,800, Very Easy Terms 
ROYAL KKALTY COMPANY 

R««l Est»t». IriMirancm and Finannial Arjentr. li " S Fort Stf(>«' 



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60x1 30'' BusthesB corner. .. .fia,000 I f 

60X120 Rfevenu.1 produVlng. 13,000 ♦ ♦, 

60x120 N?ar Blanchard St.. ao.ooo • ^ 

60x120, >iWer Blanclia»d. . ai.OOO * > 

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Ideation, can't be i)(?at. $890 ^ ♦ 

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( ipposile,. the new \'., vS: S. stati'm. -p it. fn.ntagc on both 
street;?. Rcvcmie producing.- I'ric.Jor. the next few days, 
t ^9,500.. S2,50O handles, balance arranged. • 

X WILLIAM MO>iTEITI 1 I 

t Real E«t«1:*i L.«»n«. '"•"'■■nee ' . , k 

\ Chgnwry ChamWert . ■ . . ^^* Langley Street J 

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Road 



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' '-*le^ Mom r.-iilvvay .slalion : e.xcelieru I>airy Fafm : 
-,M , teres iiniu-ovcd • «;,-r<><>med bung^^alow*. water laid 
on • 4 roomed cottage, l)arn.s and oullmildings; 
cattle. jiorW'i.implenictits and furniture tndud^d: 
()ffcM'4-d4«4ip owin^ t(» wwrier llWinj]f tlie country. 



i 31 Acres, Close to Sea 

« . X iniles Irum railway station : all good land, i ; 



A. GILSON 



t«al Enrnto Agont. 
•to* TATEB ST 



Bakery To Rent Cheap 

Xew building, with ovens to ^tiiTtenant* B^t sUtiation in citv. ' 

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Gll.LliSrili & HARF 

dnMiranre .inJP'Ml Fst;ite At'onts II ft;' Lanfflev Street I t 



cleared and culivated, .of which Ip acres plan 
iruit; 10 acres slashed ^and part 1\- el " 
fight ..timber. Gqod pfr.]-)nsiiion to miii 
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VT^eXORIA DAILY CC 



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Tuesday, August 30, 1910 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 

COAJ. COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounco Ave. Phono 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 




Waterfront 



IMTELLIGEIMCE 



By Coveiiinient VViiolesa 



Scenes in Flooded Tok^t—From 

Photos Brought hg Steamer Agmeric 




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Are You 
Satisfied? 

W'itli tlu' i|uality and purity 
fif you.r milk? ' If you arc 
we're satisfied— If not, we 
can and will satisfy you if 
you'll call up 

2246 

and let us deliver your milk, 
cream, butter and eggs. 

— THE— 

Guaranteed Pure 
Mi k Supniv Co., Ltd. 




FATAUTIES ON 
THE WEST com 



VVinchman of Tees Killed, in 
Accident on Board Vessel- 
Logger Killed at Indian River 
Camp • . ' . 



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Scene Outside the Famous Miyotoza Theatre, in Asakusa 
District, Tokyo, During the P'^lood 



Tho steamer Tees-was the aqgne of 
a tragedy on her last ^rlp. when 
Jfime.s I'ottlngeiv-winfhnmn, lost his 
life. Wliijp-the ste&mer ^waa^at Al- 
li.rnl on Monday, August 22nd. 'Pot- 
linger leaned over the winch to look 
iiiti) the' hold. The winch vyas not 
runtihig. Pottlngcr In leaning over 
lifted' hlB leg. and his Coot touched the 
lever whloh starts ^he machine, 'with 
the result that the whirling drum 
caught the corner of his coat, and be- 
fore the horrified spectators could get 
U. it the winch whirled him over, 
thro^'lng him with great lorce tat- 
twcen the winch and deckplate, In- 



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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

LeavhTiT Victoria, at S a in.. Ausu.i 31 
pppt. 7. %teain«rA.yT-'EE.«i OR-t,IT\ OI- 
rUEBLA. ,j.jjj^QUQH SERVIPB 

I^ave Seatlie^ 10 a. in., ■teamer GOV- 

For Southea»<orn Alaska. 'COTTAGE CITT 

or CITY OF .SEATTLK Uavei Seittlo > P. 

" '"Tltfe''\Kn''VRBIGHV OB-PICB-lllT 

\Vh»Vf •tr'^et, Phons 4. 

R. P. t ll T HB T & CO.-. Ltd., Agent*. 
C D. DL'NAN N, Gen.. Paasentter Agent. . 
li; Market St.. San FrancUco 
For fur.shcr Information obta»n folder. 



GRUESOME TALES 
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Steameric AymericBrings hir- 
ther Particulars Regarding 
""^reat Inundations in Central 
Japan ' . , 



MAN KILLED BY 

COFFINS liN BATH 



Union S.S. Company 

OfB-C, Ltd. 

Direct Ser^-lce Between Vancouver and 



STEWART 

Av.irit-' pas>.et:i,"''-'r al 

Camosun' 



The fAv.irit-- pas> et:i,-'-"r steamer 



leaves Vancouver every \Vedne». 9 sun. 
Ar Prtnca Rupert every Frl. sftemoon 
Arrives Stewart every Sp.tar. fffternooB 
Leaves Stewart eve ry S i at . iicdff . y 6 P-"*. 
Leaves Prlnrai ITupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday B a. no. 
Tickets from Victoria at J 106 Wharf 
ftreet. Telephono 1164. 




Raft With Many^ Ffescuers is 
Overturned in Swirling 
Waters — Fire Destroys 
Houses Which Were Cut Off 




, Boat ComniunicatiQu Alone Was Feasible at Se'i 

of Tbkvo 



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Through tickets and through bills of 
ladlns are now Issued from Fuget 
Sound and British Columbia ports to 
Atlln. B. C. Dav7son. Y. T. and Fair-, 
bank.s. Ala.ska. Connections made at 
Skagwav with our dally trains, ■ at 
White Horse and <:arlbou with our 
river and lake steamers and at Dawson 
with steamers for points on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

Fiir further information apply, 
T»ArriC UEPABTMENT W. P. & T. B. 
406 Winch BuTTding, Vancouver. B. C. 



The stearfer Aymerlc. Cap.t^JBoyd, 
of the Weir linp reached the outer 
wharf on Sunday from Manila and 
way ports of the (ar east with 9,000 
tons of general freight, includi.ng. 400 
tons for local consignees. The cargo 
brought by the liner Includes 900 bales 
of silk and Silk goods, worth In the 
neighborhood of half a mllUon dollars, 
and big. shipments, of tea. rice, 'mat- 
ting, curios and general merchandise. 
The steamer was delayed at Japanese 
ports for ifour days owing to failure 
to get cargo on board because of the 
big floods which devastated central 
Japan. 

Killed by Coffins 



Gruesome, indeed was tho 8tor>' told 
by oflcers of the liner in Connection 

with the recent disastrous floods which t ;j;,g;""gj;:%ear8 agaTnst'lhe' Japanese 
swept out so many. Ives and so much P"«/- «"^. .f Thes/ places gave tacit 



well known hotels, the HoMUklro and 
Fukuzumli'o, at, Hakone. <n«Appeared 
In a mosti remarkable mann««, if ver- 
nacular accounts are to b& trustpd. 
The former was washed away by the 
current, while the second at Hakone 
la stated to have simply dlsalppeared. 
What happened was that the founda- 
tions were washed away, and the 
hotel coUe^tsed. Of. sixty persons stay- 
ing in thesfe hotel* el^jteefl are mis- 

^ "*' Another Dispute Arises 

Another serious r4uestlon has arisen' 
Tietween Jaijan Und China - according 
to advH-es -brought by the steamer 
Aymerlc as a retUlt of the order Is- 
sued- by Viceroy Hsu of Manchuria 
giving Jaiianese notice to leave Kal- 
yuen and Kalplng In Manchuria, and 
other i)lace8 'not opened to foreigners. 
The order, effects some 800 Japanese. 
Koreans in Mslnmliitun have also been 
ordered out, JapaJ* Is protesting that 
China by riot protesting during the 



fllctlng Injuries which resulted In 
death. He was laji<J«d at Alhernj, 
where Dr. Hilton and a nurs* were 
summoned. He succumbed a few days 
later,' his spinal cord being affected. 
Ho was a native of .Cumberland, Eng~ 
land, and was 28 years of age. His 
late residence -was on Salt Spring 
Island, and the body- vvas shipped there 
for Interment. 

Th6 Tees alflo brought, .news of the 
death of Edward Anderson, victim of 
an accident at the Indian river camp 
of the Mlchlgffir Pacific Lumber Coxn- 
pany^ He was endeavoring to read- 
just the rigging supporting a' large 
log op Friday last, when the timber 
slipped and fejl on' him. He was 
quickly removed to the camp hospltiil, 
but his Injuries were so sever* that ho 
succumbed within 24 hours. The tug 
Beatrice brought the rrmiiin.s tf> the 
city. 

J The Tees , brought. iJiO .harnls of 
whale oil from tho Kyiiquot whaling 
station. Among the passengers were 



8 a. m, •*■ 

Point Orey.— Cloudy; S. E. ■♦• 

brt-eze; thick seaward; 30.lt) ; ■*■ 



-4 Cape liaasp.— Overcast ; calm; ■* 
■*■ 30.12; 56; sea. smooth; spoke ■* 
■*■' Quadra at '8 a. m. off Sisters " 
-♦- lighthouse, 'north bound. . ~ . "> 
■*■ Tatobsh.—Cloudy; S., 22 -> 

-♦• miles;- 30.23; 02; in tow four -- 
-♦ nuisted schooner during, night; - 
-♦- in, 1/urge tow off Tatoosh, 4.45 ■ 
-♦■ a. m.; out, brlgantlno W.- -Q. • 
-•■ Irwin In tow of Wyadda, . 5.25 ■ 
-♦: a. m.; out, Serapls, ti.20 a. m.; • 
-♦- otttsider, fjound in, 2 four-mast- 
■♦■ ed schooners. , ' 

♦ Estevan. — Cloudy; calm; 
■*■ 30.08; 56; sea smooth. 

♦ Ikeda.— 'Rain; light westerly 
-4 wind; 29.98;. 58; sea sirtooth; 

♦ Prince Rupert. — Rain; S. E.; 

♦ 29. Iff; 52; sea smooth; out, dur- 
-•- Ing night Prince George; spoke 
-*■ Cottage City 8, a., m-. north 

bound to arrive at Prlhce Ru- 
pert 8.30 a. m\ 1 . 

Tatoosh.— Dense fog and rain; 
S. E.; 6 milts; 29.55'; 4B; spoke 
Princess Royal 11,60 p. jtn. at 
Pine Island, north bound. 

Piichena. — Cloudy ; ? fresh S. 
13, ; . 30.2J ; 54 ; sea rawderate. 

Noon 
- Point Ure.v.-— Cloudy; S.,. E.; 
thick seaward;^ 3(j,23; 65. ~'"~ 

CTape Lazo..— Overcast; calm; 
30~20; "ffl; sea smoeth; Quadra, 
north bound, off Cape Mudge 
at noon. - ■" . 

Tatoosh. — t:ioudy; S. E., 7 
miles; 30.2?; D4; In, schooner 
M. Turner in to tow of Pioneer 
10.05; in, steam schooner S. P. 
Loop Si, 40 a. m.; in, Columbia 
11.35 a. m.; In, Willis A. Holden 
in tow of Wyadda 10.50 a. m.; 
.outside, bound In. I'lu.-masted 
schooner. 

Estevan.— f'lear; calm; 30. K'; 
51; sea smo'oth.- 

Ikeda.—Ralri; .alin: 30.62; 
62; sea smooth. 

Prince Rui>ert. — Cloudy; S 
R. ; modern t<> gale; 29.15; 54; 
lilt. Cottago iMty, 10.30 a. m. 

Triaffgle. — Dense fog; rain; 
wind 8 miles; "29.54; 51. 

Pachena. — Cloudy; • S. K.; 
30.29; 62; sea smooth 
6 p. m. 

Point Grey.---Cloiidy; calirK 
thick fog; bar., 30.12; temp.'. 
59; passed In, Prince • Rupfrt, 
2.15 p. m.; out. Princess Beat- 
rice. 2.30 p. in.; Cjuteen. 4.30 
p. m. 

("ape Lazo.— Overcast; S. E. 
wind; light swell; bar.. 30.05; 
temp., 6i: no shipping. . 

Tatoosh.— iPart cfOudy; S. E.^ 
wind; bar., 29.98; temp., 67; In. 
Governor 1 p. m.; in,' schooner- 
Defiance; out. U. S. S.,- Major 
Rlngold. 

Pachena. — Cloudy; easterly 
wind; bar., 30.05; temp., 56; sea 
moderate; no shipping. 

Prince Rupert. — Riiinlng; S. 
E. wind; ba r»r - 2 9 i t> t i i t o 'm p., 56; 
sea moderate; no shipping. 
, Iketla,.— Raining; S. E. wind; 
bar., 29.95; temp.. 67; sea 
smooth; no shipping. - 

Triangle.— ^Drizzling; foggy; 
bar, 29.93; temp.. 56; sea 
smooth;' no shlfiplng. 

Estevan. — Clear; calm-; bar;. , 
30.05; temp.. 56; sea smooth; 
-no shipping. 



CANADIAN N^IONAL EXHIBITION 



AT 






Toronto, Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 

SPECIAL REDUCED ^(^\ Q A 
RATES . . , . . tPOJ-.i^V 

TO TORONTO AND RETURN 

Tickets now on sale until September 3rd, . Good ret4rning 

until September 23rd. ' '' 

For further information, apply to 



1 102 Govci'nment Street 



L. D. CHETHAM, 

City Pass. Agent 



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CLERGYMEN/ATTENTION! 

After Conference, enjoy the beauties 
and grandeur of the Pacific Coast as 
viewed from our Palatial Steamers on trip 

To Prince Rupert or Stewart 

Unique, Instructive and Inspiring 

For Prince Rupert, Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islan<^8 

\"ia \'ancouvur 

Ss. PRINCE RUPERT— 3,500 Tons— Ss. PRINCE GEORGE 

X}OXTBI.i: WEEKIiTf SAILINOS 1 
EVEBT MOITDAT, 10 a. m. | EVEBY rRI^AT, 10 a. m. 

rOK SEATT1.E AT MIDNIOHT \ 
EVERY SATUBDAY | ' EVEKY wfeDNESDAY 

BETUBNINa— Leave Seattle on Sundays and Thttrsdttys at Mldnlg-ht. 

INTERNATIONAL DOuSe^ACK ROUTE 

ReacheH All Pofnts In 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
' New England, New York and South and East 

_ via Any JSoute. 

Finest roadbed, modern and luxurious trains. For Information as to 
fa^retc also fof folders and particulars re Qrand^runk Pacific folntfe 
aS at temporary office. G. T. 1'. dock. Wharf Street, -rear of Post ^ 

Office Write or telephone: 

W' K. DUPEROW. Telephone 2431. HAROLD BROWN. 

■ C. P. & T."a. D"ck and Freight 'Agent G. T. P. S. S. 

onoral Agency Tranw-Atla'ntlo Steamslilp Lines. 




- . S. S. V ADSO 

, Will Sail on 

Thursday, Sept. Ist' 

J I p.m. . . 
Calling at Rivers Inlet, Skeena, Prince Biupert^ Naas and 



Stewart 



534'"VarJir street 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 



Phone "1925 






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consent, and., meanwnne, me unpaHcoc p in. i„'. orewsier, i>i. f. t . anu «iiir-, nu-i 
have bullt'up Interests of much value i Mrs. and MlBS Townsend, from Oayo- 
for which China will have to i?lv« ' quot. The cargo. IncKided 600 cases of 




Leaves the G. T. T. Wharf at 7:30 

a. m.. every Monday, ■Wednesday 

and Prlday 

For Salt Spring. Mayne. Gallano, 
Pender and other Islands, calling 
at Cowlchan Bay on Mondays and 
Bocho Harbor on Saturdays. 
I..cave. Mayne Island at 7:00 a. m. 
pvefy Tuesday. Thursday apd 
Saturday JT&r Victoria ma& w»y 
ports. 

See Time Card 

... ... Freight Accepted 

The- "College Widow'" pan be 
chartered for special trips on 
Sundays. 



:- ,,' V u^™ .w,^ r^f i residing ■ In thesff places gave tacit is[<i.i.i<jii. /^jiiuub vuo jf^.^ot-B'- " ..-.. 

property They to d of h^^.t^e tor- ||.,,;s-e„|^ and.. meanwhUe. the Japanese H. C. Brew'ster; M. P. P. and wife, and 

rential ratins swept the dead ironu-H i,„,._ K„«lf.,.r, i»,tor-oat« nf much value i Mi-b anA A,tina Tnxpna.^nri from r>avo- 

Vokahama graveside to kill a man. A 

carpenter, named Boyle, who lived In 

a Japanese house— the usual bamboo. 

paper and wattle place — was taking 

a bath when the torrential rains swept 

down the bluff, causing some land- 
slides. The foreign cemetery is sit- 
uated on a hillside above hla house 

and the floods swept out some of the 

graves, .sending three coffins through 

the flimsy side of his residence with 

much debris, killing him Instantly.. 
There were many horrible Incidents 

of the disaster. At Fukugawa, fire 
broke out In a kerosene shop whose 

■ occuimnts were, marooned by. the flood 
Irl -the upper storey. The occupants 
had no bpat and were unable to es- 
cape from the burning house, with 
the rosuU, that , tho proprietor, his 
wife and two chlliiTen and .three <;ni- 
ployees were burned to death. Res- 
cuers who heard the screams of-th« 



NOTICE. 

In the Matter of tho Componleg Wind- 
ing Vp Act. 1898, and In the Matter 
, of the SlUcla Brick and Lime Com- 
pany, .Limited. 

NOTICK l.v hereby given that the 

creditors f<t thf ahovo,. named company 

which Is bfloK voitiniarlly wound up are' 

,,,,,';,.' .1 ■ ' •■'■ • ■ "^^- ■' 'Ml ■ day of 

^ for that 

■ilpned t'< I 

< and Iho, I 

, ,;|,,-<i Of ■ : 'I. - . •'-■! r\!fnr<-- i 

.•' namci -■' > 'i ■'''''■ ■ ■" '" "'' ' ■■• ' 



Ir Sollci- 



occupants of the houS(3 were unable 
to get their boats to the place. Burn- 
ing kerosene on the water set fire to 
six other houses, ?ill of which were 
destroyed, some with loss of life. The 
flro was caused by one of the em- 
ployees throwing a lighted match on a 
patch of kerosene • oh the water. A' 
number of fires dccurred in .various 
parts of the flooded section. 

A terrjblif! disaster which overtook 
a -rescue party Is reported from Fuj-- 
leda. The Setogawa river having sub- 
merged the villages of Aoshima and 
Shlda the people took refuge on the 
roofs. The townspeople of Fujieda. 
hearing of the plighUof these villagers, 
made a hlg raft arfd went to the res- 
cue. Tl\e whole plain was under 
water, a sea of currents and eddies, 
and It appears that some flf^ty people 
had been taken from the roofs on to 
a large raft whea this craft ^was 
caught In a cross-current and upset. 
All, rescuers and rescued.^^ were 
.drowned. • " 

«;,,^,,. thrilling rescnps were (•ffp<-lod 
Vr .111 lory ill Yokoh.-im:< 

c-1,..: ..,, Muff rnvprpd with I-' 
ing Smino tiill .il'-mt mhi; hnnni.-f.! ' 



compensation. Japanese ' newspapers 
write indignantly against China's ac-^ 
tlon. . 

STEAMER CHILCOTEN 

HAS BEEN DISABLED 

Met With Mishap in Fort George Can- 
yon and is ort Ways frf!" Repairs 
.at Fraser River' City 

Advl-ces^ from Ashcroft state that the 
steamer Chllcoten Is totally disabled In 
the Fort George canyon. j;ind will be 



salmon from Clayoquot 

The Tees will sail again ^m Thurs- 
day night for west coast porfSv 

PRINCE RUPERT 

LEAVES FOR NORTH 

Grand Yrunk Pacific Liner Left Ye«- 

terday Morning for Prince Rupert. 

and Stewart 



The steamer Prince Rupert, of the 

G. T. P.. left the company's wharf 

tne Fort ueorge t-anjoi.. ^i». "••■"- .yesterday morning on another trip, tg, 

laid up^or at least^ otie month The. gtewart and Prince Rupert, with a 

boat sti/Ga^k about mldshlp-s and all hog f^^^ complement of fpassengers. Those 

who cmbafked here included, the fol- 
lowing: 



chains were broken. After ha.nglng 
there for several hourd the steamer 1*6- 
^ufrjed to Fort George, wher.e she will 



be put on the ways- for repairs 

S'teamhoat - Inspector Cullum has 
passed orders that hereafter no_ pas- 
sengers win- be allowed to remain pn 
board. While rstoativers are running the 
canyoiis. ' , , 

The steamer "B.X." broke h«r eccen- 
tric rod on the way up to Fort George 
on Stmday. Premier McBrlde and party 
were delayed and the bamiuot arrang- 
ed at Port George had to be postponed 
as the boat 4id not ^rrive in time. 

BRITISH. SHIPBUILDER 

TALKS OF DRYDOCKS 

a. B. Hunter, of the well known 
shipbuilding firm of Swan, Hunter & 
Wlgham Richardson, builders of the 
Mauretanla, and also of the well- 
known Princess Victoria, who Is wJth 
the party of Q. Tr "P. officials which 
has been visiting Prince Rupert in an 
Interview given to Jhf^^QfiM-in'st at the 
m.rthern port said: ■" 

"There is no doubt," he aald that 

\,.M can aocr,mmodate a drydock In 

i there will be ' 



To Prince Rupert— Sara Nixon. J. F- 
Harrison and wife! J. D. Anoff. Mrs. 
Musgrave. W. .B Ktaneland. 

To 8tewart-<-R. 7 Greenwood, A. O. 
Snelllng, J. H. Lawsohr^'rederiik Cox'. 

The steartier, pfince George, of the 
G. T, P. left Prlhce Rupert yesterday 
for the Hputh,_brtnglng President Hays 
of the G. T.Jp. knd party sotrth;— Tho 
party is compdsed of IVJK Alfred W. 
Smlthers, phal'rman of the Grand 
Trunk; Mr. Cliarles M. Hays, presi- 
dent; Sir Geoi^go and Lady Doughty, 
Mr. Q. B, Hunter, chlilrman of the 
Swan-Huriter Shlphuildihg Company; 
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton paTidson, Miss 
Eva .Smlthers, Mr. Hulilcrt Smlthers, 
Mr. James Carjiithers, j Mr. H. Deer, 
aRsistf!int»seccetaib': Mr. John W. 



Loud, ftrelght traffic managei*; 'Mr. W^. 
E. Davis, passengei* traffic manager; 
Dr. J. Alex. Hutchinson, chief medical 
officer; Mr. D. E-. Galloway, s^'cretari' 
to the president: Mr. A. Si Loucks. 
secret-lry to the traffic manager; Mr. 
Vivian Payne, assistant sepretiiry to 
tho president. 

—^ *_:^ 

YUCATAN ALMOST 

FOUIMDERED -AT DOCK 

Salvage Steimer Salvor Sent to Pump 

Her Out4-Fireman in Charge of 

Pumpir^g Operatiorts Missing. 

The wrebktd steamer i'ucatan, which 
is lying at Jhu ouler wharl. uluioat 
roundered yesterday.. 'The steamer 
Salvor, of the Br'lttsh Columbia Bal- 
,vago Company, was sent from lisqul- 
malt to pump out the flooded vessel. 
The Yuci^lau has been lying at the 
outer' wharf since being 4indocked some 
mpnths''ag6.' when a dispute _arose be- 
tween the underwriters and owners 
with ,ri:'gai\l to the- necessary repairs, 
and' a lireinan on boai^d has be^n at- 
tending dally to the tmmps, keeping 
the vessel comparatively free. Since 
Thursday the llreman has boeq mis- 
sing, and yesterday it was dLscov-ercd 
that the water had risen In the dam- 
aged vessel until It covered the fire 
bars of the furnaces. Tho steamer 
listed considerable as a result, and had 
not the services of tho Salvor been re- 
quisitioned she might have gone down 
at the wharf. The .Salvor soon^ freed 
-the vessel and Is still alongside. The 
water can now be handled by the 
pumps of tho Yucatan. No settlement 
has yet been reached between, the own- 
ers and unf\erwrltern. ""the former 
mniry'tnlnlng the vessel to he a coti- 
stHiCtlVo loss, while the latter hold 
that she can be satisfactorily, i-a- 
palred. n '' 



W.H. ELLIS 



. fXVEST.MENlr BROKER 
II22 GOVERNMENT STREET 



PHONE 940 



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Advertise In THE COLONIST 



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Last Excursion to Fastern Destinations 

UOOX) UNTIL OCT. 31, 1910. / 

VIA NOBTHEBW PACiriC BAIL WAY— CM SALE/ STaVSf. 8, 1910, 
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:.>ath with the Karasuka bridge < 

'.he Soto river near Shidzuoka. 'i i.' 
were watching the boats from the 
bridge when It collapsed and 'oil with 
9, loud crash Into the swollen river. 
The force of the currents In sothe 



.. , ,, 1 . . '-ing. tWM 11 . 1 1... i . 

luixs , iM U aji..|.. .1 ; ...•■ V:iiii'(.i; ■ '■: < .■ ■■ 

ilry dock to its posi' '" 

One Is to bring it w.- ■•. • n . , t)i> 
other to t6w it round complete. We 
have been successful with the latter 
method with docks as iargff for other 



JZ K^'l^x.^pHfLd h^^X'SamnK. [ports. nnd it is likely to be the m-.h.,,, 
done to subslantlalstruoturcs. Two. udoptud. 






n»opnil8 or IHiliUh and Jtet'urh 
Hlnffs or Omaha and Return 
I'li.v, .St. .ToHcph and Return" 

.Sf. LouIh jhkI lloturp ■. .' ,• ■'• • 

• 'hlrne-ii rin^l !!i*tt.iru |'-"; 

and Return . .^ 

' lurri .;.':...;..•••.• _.■ . - •■' ■, ■ • 1 • ; 

.ind HctUTh ,-.' 1 • • • ^ ........•■,•• ^ ■••• • 

1 I'nlJs, Buffalo, Gait, Ou^lph, l3rantfor.cl. «BJmll 
I, I'lftshurg and lleturn 

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•I'l •'fwvn . i ,• 4_,'l ....,,• ••■ ■ -,- 

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860.00 
63.90 
65.70 

V ('.T,.-,ii 
73.50 

r 80.00 
82.50 
86.30 

91.60 



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."iKTT) OTH-EW. POITTTS ON APPLICATION. 



E. E. BI,ACK.WOOn 



108.50 
110.00 
137.20 
130.05 



Victoria Harbpr 

240 feet fronfage'on the harbor at Aciduria West, with an 
ad'flitional 120 feet on I.imc I'-ay. Tliis property backs on 
Milne Stre<al and fronts on Mary Street, giving it an excep- 
tionailv ^ine situation for business purposes. In the course of 
a shor't period of timelliiA frontagt' will have C.P.R., C-N.K. 
and B.C. Electric trackage facilities, when its value will be, 
enhanced (ive folrl from the present figure asked for it. Price 
and terms on application. 

I have also 120, 175 and (^ feet frontaffe on the east side of 
the harbor. aboVe the railway bridge., suitable for ^manufac- 
turing, warehousing and dockage purj^)oscs, and 600 feet on 
Victoria Arm, suitable for manufacluring-or w;aterfronb resi- 
dences. - 

Beacon Hill Frontage 

lc;8 X 15G feet, fronting <ni r.cacon Hill Park and n^ar Dallas 

' Rpad'ahd the beach. Magnificent' and uninterrupted view 

of Straits and mountain range-.- Price, .>ii easy terms, 

is ,...., • •) • - ^8,000 

Choice Gordon Head 
Acreage 

Forty Acres of th'e choicest larid in Gordon Head district, all 

under cultivation. Fine water supply, high situation, fronts 

'on main road. This is one^pf the best bargaijis in the dis- 

"^ trict. Prjce, on terrtts ... *>^: .. ..'... • • • •• .?22,000 

Also 73.3 Acres, about o'ne-third cleared, balj^TOe- limbered. 
Price, on easy terrps of payment* p<Sr acre ...... $500 

Business Properties 

I haxe a list of proptfrties on all the chu 
of the city, all of which' are good.investmcin^. 
■Residences from i?2,500 up to $100,000. 



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galow Residence 

On a large lot «->n 



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SimcDC, etc., at 



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W. 





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Investment Broker 1122 Government Street 

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30. 1910 



Vl( rOKIA DAILY ( OLOMST 



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Furniture and 
JEffects 

WEDNESDAY,3l,2p.m. 

I. ' priKiii if.KT I II'I iii.-iii'o In, pbnnyod 
.fi-^.' . ;'i.i.i;: iJiuior set In v<'alinU, 

A I ;i ^ .if'sU, centro aiul other tiibles, 
I'i. I in>. larptsis, rugs, ri>fklng ami 

.JIM .luUrs 111 Icatiier, 4 beds, .spriuKs 
;uul maitross. ':: tnireaus, WHKhsland, 
tHhlof<. chairs and Oak oxtenslnn dln- 
InK tabic, chairs, oak Morris t'hair, 
I 1 ockerj". . kltphen utonslis, cook stove. 

-ALSO— 

Painters stocU, (,'oii.sistliiK of paints 

! f>a(ly mixed, oil, swinK staprc 

St. |>8, ^ ladders, good, stage planks. 

. brushes, carpenter's cramp, etc,', eti-. 

About 500 Rolls Wall Paper 

H. W. DAVIE S. M. A. A.. Auctioneer 

Auction Sale 

FURNITURE and 
EFFECTS 

WEDNESDAY, AUG, 31, 2 P. M. 



at the residence of D. H- 
Kingston street,— James 
culars MeA 



"G. Browji, 3 J 
Bay. Parti - 

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DAVIES & SONS 



AUCTIONEERS ! !^ 



Clothed 
and in Our 
Right Mind 

( )i)r i '.il; S.ilf i 111 lu-i] r\ (•!■)•- 

llli'i:; :. .|)Sy-tUI-\\ . .\. i\\ . 

liii\\.,\n. we arc ready \siili 
ail (,'\c<.-('iliiifrly fine linr ..i 
new L;t>i»il.s ill every deparl- 
iiKiil. W'onld call your at- 
Icnlion especia;lly to our 
.splenditi^cUsplay.dKf new 

Autumn 
Raincoats 

\ most siylisii collccliuii — 

v'ffy Iktcst 'English «nd 
' ' Xmerican models. 

See Them In Our Window 
Today 

E. E. WESCOTT 



Sole 



Agent, 



for McCall 
Patterns 

649 A'^tcs Street 

Tel. 2b 



!ella 



AND ERNA 

WILL BE REPAIRED 




IMPORTANT 
SALE 



OF 



BuiliQ Lois 



]n the Townsitc gi 

Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 

Crow's Nest Coal 

Fields 



iVIaynard & Son 



ALT€TtOXEERS 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Gpllierics of the International 
' Goal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



, Messrs. Stewart Williams ■& 
Co., ol A'ictoria, having been duly 
instructed by the International 
Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., \yill sell 
by. Public Auction at Victoria, 
B. C, pn Monday atid Tuesday, 
the 19th and 20th • September, 
1910, the rcinainder of the com- 
pany's Real E.state Holdings in 
the City of Coleman, Alberta; 
comprising sojne Thf-ee Hundred 

eligible Businessfvand Residential 
Sites, located in this thriving in- 
dustrial centre. . 

For further and full particulars, 
plans, maps, photographs, etc, 
:tpply to The Auctioneer, 



Instructed by .las. A. Roberts,. Esq., 
who is leavinsr f«r England, we 

will sell on- 

THURSDAY, Sept. 1st 

•J. p. ni. 

At the residence. "Beac(>n Cotta«e," 
Beacort Hill Park. tWo doora past Cor- 
lig College, all his select ajnd costly 

Furniture and Effects 

ihclmlln«- i-'aiKn, aliiiost ne„w Wil- 
liams pl»no,. elegant mahogany centre 
table, 2 very firie mahogan> settees 
ui»hol8tered In silk, mahoganv arm 
ro(<eptlon' chair Inlaid with mother <rf 
pear! and 'upholstered In «llk, oak and 
n.ahogany sinn chairs, oak top ratan 
tea table, '2 mahogany reception chairs 
Upholstered in .-illk, walnut what-ntit. 
glldtfd "Mitel vtate over mantel,- round 
uak centre table, set of hand-made 
tire, dogs and irons, very good velvet 
carpet siiuaJ'e, screen oak folding card 
table, parlor heater, ornaraenls, rugs. 
etc,. -. ■. '. '■ " 

r iALlf.— O ver mirror, ver>- fiiie oak 
hall stand, barometer, carj'iet siiuare, 
oak hall ta)>le, walnut marble top hslll 
table, etc. ^ ' '■ — :- 

DlN'IKc; ROOM— Very fine oak rol- 
ler top desk, wain)!!" desk and book 
lase combined, okk sideboard, oak, ex- 
tension table, set of oak diners, band- 
some oak china canlnet, ratan rock- 
ers, and chairs, ratan balance rocker, 
oak lH)ok fihelves. box couch. Jewell 
i«.*<e. oceasional tables ami chairs, 
ladies' work table, oak centre table, 
lot of picture's and engravings, 'J ciit 
glass decanters* 'glass and china ware, 
lace curtain, carpet squares. '- very 
line hand -ma Je pedestals. 

HRKAKl'AST UpoM— Oak exten- 
.'^lon table, walnut sideboard. r> dining 
chairs, large cui»bonrd. large Jieater, 
pictures, portlers, etc. 

HEDROO-MS, HATH ROOMS, ET«\— 
.Ml l>ras» bedstead, three-quarter Iron 
licdsteuds. oak bed.Mteads. sirrlngs, 
mattresses. box mattresses, t four 
cotichew. oak dresser and stand, ele- 
gant mahrigaiiy dressing table, ma- 
hogany chiffiuVier, over mantels, lace- 
curtain, carpet s<iuares and' two new 
■(arpet snuarAs. heaters, ratan chlfrf*. 
large mirror, trouser press, .velvet stair 
carpet and other bedroom furniture. 

KITC'HE.V— Six, hole miijesfic 

ri.nge, kitchen tal>Ies and cliaira. cook- 
ing utensils, 2 sets of scales, refriger- 
ator, waslvl.B43: machine i'tntl wringer. 
■etc,, ' . ., ■ 

OITTSIBK— Four ' pb-.es g^irden 
hi se, lawn' mOwier, garden _and car- 
penters'" tortls, wheel barrow" step lad- 
der, garden Hefits and benches, lot ot 
wry t\ne plants. This is ii list of the 
most Important' articles. On '''vleAv 
W'edresdfiy afternoon. This sale will 
start shartJ, on time. Take Beacon 
Hill <ar to end third- house on right 
band side facing th.e park. 



Contract Awardwd to Heftornan Ship- 
yards to Make Extensive Repairs 
to the Jebsen Steamers 

Til.' I III ; .iii.'i 11 \\i\K in.' Wmi Us w :is 
. 1 -1 .1 il.! ■■ ,1 'V ;i I ili'.j 1 Im . ' mi m .ti I I'M' 
i;;.ti-nsl Vf rcpiiii'.s In I In- (liriiiau 
sli'aniiTs lOlla and lOrna, \\hi(li li;i\r 
!'i<ii l.\ing ijiiricngagcd at INjri iirch- 
' 'I since .Xpril, a-aitiUK a decision 
MS 111 tliclr fiiliiri'. 'Phr MiiiitracI cuinc 
(lircMi iiiiiii .\I. .Ii-hsiii, 111 llaniiiurK. 
( icrnu'mj . Dw iMT nl' ihn two \ esscls. 

ICarl.V thiy v. .Iv the Ella anil Krna 
will be brouHin iiuni anchor to Seattle 
and tbe work of puttWig them into 
lii'St class condition will be commenc- 
ed. The specifications fall for u sreat 
ileal of work. Including the drawiiis of 
tail shahs, retubing and general ro- 
jialrs to the boilers, general overhaul- 
ing, of nuuhinery and retjalrlng of 
hoisting gear. Both will also be clean- 
<d atid painted at the big drj'dock on 
the East waterway. The contract Is 
one of the largest In' recent months.. 

The KUa and the Erna were forin- 
irly in the Royal Dutch Mall line, hav- 
ing been built tq. run between Holland 
ports, and the East Indies. The .1511a 
was the Prlnses Soi)hle and the Krnii 
was christened Prins Hendrik. They 
gre slater vessels with three masts 
and were built In 1890 at Greenock. 
Each registers 3,510 tone gross. Their 
dimensions are; Length, 360.1 feet; 
bear, 43.1 f*M't; depUi. 27.7 feet. They 
are e<.iulpj)ed with three-cylinder, 
triple, expansion engines. 

AVhen the bouts were pin-cluae irt by 
.Mr. Jebsen about !i '.>ear ago he 
rlianged their names and sent them to 
the Pai Iflc to pl.v In th e ' tr a de between 
I'uget Sound, British Oohunbia and 
the Mexican coast, going as far south 
as t'orlnto. In I'en 
lurning from the S 

April 1 atid the lOlla on .\pril 27. were 
taken off the route and have since 
been riding at anchor in Port ()rch- 
ard bay. 





itral America. Re- ^^^^ 
^outh till' Erna. on^" 



DIVED TO PROPELLER » 
to CUT OBSTRUCTION 



Mate of Shasta Swims Below Vessel 
With Knife in His Teeth to Free 
Rope From the Screw 



The police magistral 
week fined three men 
lor fighting on 



Pt)RTEA.\D. AV)g. 29.— With ti kn\fe 
in his teeth the second mate' of ihe 
steam schooner Shasta loading lumber 
at^ the Inman-Poulson mill dlyed Into 
ihe river yesterday and cuta'way the 
remnants of a ftsli net wrapped 
around the propeller of the vessel, 
whicTi she picked u?ii iu the bay below 
Astoria after she had crossed In on 
Tuesday night. The second male had 
to go down about half a dozen times 
l>efore he 'succKeiled in freeing the 
w h'eel of the la-st vestige of the- net. 

Before the dUing methmd'was re- 
sorted to ("apt. Hansen, inaistef- of tlie 
I'aplstrano managed tf> remo\e a por- 
tion iif the net by means of a limg 
pole, to one end of w.hich he had fasl- 
fivd a knife... \\'hen, he crossed Into 
the river the other night the skipper 
says -the bay .was dotted with fish 
boats and he iiad tb exercise lill of 
his nautical experience" In dodging 

about to kee|< from rainhing some of 

them down. l4e declared .that he was I ....,, .., „ ,, d n ir' i>- 

pwo hours working his way around' '< '^ expect^'d t+wt'th,. B. C. Iv. R. 
the fleet. But few of the boats had ^'"- **M*«isionH througti Point Orey 
out llghta an.i It was hard to see one .HndJ_). L. aoi will 1). completed b.- 



ROVINPIAL 

Happenings 

s'lii."' It ■ i.s rc^M!';. .■ -a prfti^emJn*. 

cntly tield lor seiiicmeni, . ' ... ' 

IJeutenant ' CSoverhQr 'Paterson. in 
addressing the I'anadiun Club at 
X'ancouver on Friday last, .advocated 
tliat every publiic official, whethe'i' 
li'deral provincial or municipal sljould 
po.ssess some slight knowledg* Of. first 
aid to' the injured. 



Over 2,000 'claims, arc -now 
ill. the Stewart mining field. 



recorded 



Summerland 
equipment. 



has 'new lin nghtlng 



A new high school 
ed at Summerland. 



is to li(> (Trct"- 



The Bank of B. N. A. IteTb opened 
for tauslhesa at Queanel. 



■■ The city of Phoenix now 
Hedged brass Ijand. 



has a full 



<>anbrook , haj? recently exiJerlenc- . 
ed an epidemic ot small fires. 



TWi) liatiki:; 
Princeton. 



are now ofici at iii.i. 



at 



Xew . Michel -has qtill a' 
Iry — the Hotel V'enezia 




Til.' .liil.v 
Co. totalled 



pay roll 
$1U3,856. 



till 



Ymir will celebrate I.abor 
great eclat. 



tlii'r' ho.>i- 



N P 



Day with 



'*Feriile htis decided upon tb«' 1 i.ital-° 
latlon of Ihe Gamewcll ihe alarm 
s.v-stem. 



Work has begun at 
inaccaronl fa<*tory of 
Brothers, of Pittsburg. 



l->rni'- on the 
the Marinaao 



Tlie provincial ijollee authortlles Itv 
the Crow's XcHt' camp , I'a ye ^ during 
the past fortnight served, notices up- 
on all license holders ctmtaining it 
list of upwards Of fifty * na'iuea . of 
well known residents who in other 
respects are' estimable and hwrd- 
vvorking cltlTfens but who are unfor- 
tunately 'ati'dlcted to the practice of 
going upon "pay day sprees." Taking 
advantage: dt- the ' extreme puwti.r.s 
conveyed by the new licen.se act, the 
authorities have determined fhat. if. 
i.s for the advantage of tbea^ men 
thiit they be denied lliutor;a-i«l deal- 
era have been Ji«<tlfted accordingly 
Incidentally the Bi»trlct ledger, pub- 
llslwd--at Pefnle, dlre<;t3 public, at- 
tention to a feature of the new act 
which has not heret-ofore rtbtaiJjied' 
public?' conHnent, this being that not 
only 'licensees but -"any person" who, 
sells or gives liquor to an Interdict 
Is liable to an offence and to the fiilf 
penalties — p^vldeil under the new- 
law.. Th e reminder Is very muiii 
l44 oredr, for doubtle's but-'' for It 
some friend of. one or oilier of Hb«' 
persons debarred from indulging tlie. 
appetite for Hqiftor would quite Inrto- 
fcntly have o'Stalned refreshments 
from the -bottle of a friend. The 
Incident is illustrative of the e.\- 
+ frfmely far reaching character^ of 
the new provincial law. anil of the 
determination of the provincial au- 
thorities to apply it for the adcuuale 
rcKulatloii of the trade and the -tul- 
vantage Of t+ie community. 



of Trail last 
total of $410 

.rtrci'ts. 



the" ;pu 1)111 

An Immediate s-taVt will bf made 
at rebuUdirig the mine bulIilinKs at 
Phoei.iix ri'cently destro.M'il i,\" ilr. 

A branch of the Bunk or Van(*ou- 
vcr will be at once .c..stat.liShed at 

li'irlt ton'rec. 

1,'oini Oie.v haa_ pasus- ■! tiic b.vlaw 
giving the long desireil iranchlso to 
the 1:. I" E. R. company; 

It i.-i cxpi-ctcd that an MsviMt.mt po- 
lice magistrate for' \"ajKOiiver wili 
soon become, imperathilv liccessarv 



GOVERNOR ROBIE 
HAS BEEN 



SIGHTED 



Sailer ^Vhich Was Feared to Hie 

n 0" the 



ve Met 



With Misfdrtune is Seen Qi 
Coast of Brazil Bound to N. 



Y. 



.Xiiiitliii' ship ■wlilch it was feared 
had gone to tile bottom with all on 
board was resurrected .yesterday wiien 
a< repi)ri was. received that the Am- 
erican ship (io\ornor Roble,- bound 
from Seattle to .N'c\V York \\ith a car- 



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Salt Sprin 

Island Acreage 




(I •> i K li n 



P illu ii t il L I 



A little.over 15 acres., situated on a good^road. 
midway between ''Burg:oyrte Bay and Fulfttrd liar- 
l>or, Sacres cleared, balance slashed anti l)urnt over, 
\ny easily cleared. Two running streams on tiie 
property, some fruit trees, no buildings. Half-mile 
rum school, store ai\d pQStoffice. 

Price $1650 __ 




ISIIINO liVESimi CO. 

L,iin'ilcd 

Bank of Montreal Chambers 
Phone 1494 




K'l of ItinilHi-. had, been sighted pass- 
ing the island of Fernando de Norohna 
ln_„the South Atlantic off the east 
.coast of Brazil. 

The CJovernor . Roble bad been for 
\ ears in the lumber trade between 
Pug(-t Sound and the west coast of 
i^outh America. South Africa and 
Mexico. March 6 last she left this port 
for New York. Mffy 27 she put Into 
Satieete. in the Tahiti islands, lealclng 
badly and .was^^repaired. Sbe.left to 
cimtinue liier trip around the Horn 
•early. In June, and- had ii\3t bet-n re- 
ported from that time till yesterday. • 

On her arrival in S'eW York, tbe- 
Oovertior Roble a full-rlgg.ed shift, will 
ti.- (li.«!nianrU'f) and oVf..,-,..) i'.if Jiabv Shi- 



Is the fourth Pacific coast vessel of 
her kind to be similarly . treated in 
tbe same manner within recynt .mji i nTh s 
otiiers being the ship J. B. Thomas, 
the.l)ark C. King and the ship Harry 
Kalkng. Their owners found It 'un- 
profitable to attempt to operate them 
In the foreign trade Jn competitlo''ii 
with foreign bottoms and faster steam 
vessels. 




. Port Mann 
with the seryk- 
phone Co. 



b 



conrjej 
' C. Ti 



;of them 4 11 til he w:as almost a'top of 
her. It was .wtiiR' matioeuvering 
around them 'thai ; hJ». ph ked up the 
net. Fortunately buy a portion of It 
b«M attic attached to Hie wheel. • 



Finance Minister Betu'rru 
LONDON, "Aug. 2>.— Hon. W. S. 

Fielding, Canadian minister of finance, 
sails for Canada on Thursd ay next. 

Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



fori ih( 



wiathe'T' M'ts in. 



CHARGED WITH PIRACY 

OF SCHOONEl^ VIDA 



Treasure Hunting Vessel Had Been 
Libeled and Was Held by Mar- 
shal When Captain Took Her 



•J^ady .ShoUo Duugt.is. \\<il kno\4:i 
in vaudeville- -tircle-;' hert', i.« under 
arrest a( Spokane, r'liargcd ^'. illi ilis- 
or,derl>- oond'nt. 

,\ ,i|+^nta! ili-.ith ha's 

been rtiurntii ii.\ the jur.v inveMi-, 
giitlrig the death of Nick f'biivc, wivx 
was killed b,\ a « ork train r.f ,1 be .C. 
P. R. on Friday last, near Cascade. 

.\ plan ,t' transforhi Coal Harbor 
and the shores w> «i of Stanley Park 
into iBi-neral recriatjon giounds Is 
receiving consideration by Vancou- 
ver's park coimmisslouers. 



'Burnaby niiiiilcii>uIHy has de.cided 
to oil the Aain oov. r-Ncw "Westmin- 
ster trunk 'ri>ad in connection with 
general improvement .. of that tlior- 
oughfare 



low ■ 111 iirogress. 



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MAYNARD & SON 



Auctioneers 



Stewart Williams Stewarl Williauis 5 Go. 



637 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 

The Silica Brick and Lime 
Company, Ltd. 

IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION 

Important Sale of Brick and Xilme 
work*, as going- concern. 

Messrs. Stewart Williams & Co 

duly lii.-^tnuted \'S '-iu- iniuidHtor for 
■(liP potnt'^. will Kell li\- public auction on 

Tuesday, Aii!^. 30th, 1910 

til,-. isUlaril t a.m. sharp. 

' iie' freelioM hy tlie coivi, 

.iny being Section IK! ami 
;. ction V<Kk l-^Ml'linall iIIhIi-Ici . ,. 
vvith tlie Kooil win iiT ilie company and 
;ill iiloiii, in.ii-liiii' 1 •■ ■ III ' leL'i mill erri-ci« 

. i.inpi i.'^ill: ' "le v\ c 

,\ I Ion's s ' .i '■- 1 1 :, ■ 

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Duly ifistrufctedl by S. H. Bituhn. Ksq., 
who Is leiivlng for i3urop*,.wlll bcII by 
Public Auction, today at ,3 p. rti., at 
•bee's Bihit House, his w.ell known 

Gasoline 
Launch 

I'ti feet over all. i ft. l>eam. ll-S cedar 
planktiig. oak rllis and oak keel; 9 h„p. 
Sheffield - cylinder engine, ftiur cycle. 
Sliced !• knots an hour. ' '' . 

OiiarantT^ed In good ruinnln*^ nrder 
The owner is willing to take would-be 
pufchasers on a. trial trip at any time 
efore the fiialc. At the same tl.me we 
^liall also offer a ..first class ..launch 
2.'. feet over all, 5 h. p. «nfine fn good 
i-iuiiiing order. ' -■ . 

inch. 'SO feet, auxiliary engine 4 
"Wonder,", New York, copper 
aed cedar jila liking. 
imiibla river (Ishlwg lioat. 



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Mecmr* Stfw;M't Wil-! 



1 1 ;m)i H fk Co. 



•imi ill' 
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.. F,ui-I.a;;l;- 

ai-lli' 



.ill 



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lie.iin. 
\ iliar\ 



Fred. Nvc.a deck hanVl on the \a.i- 
couver stpamtr Morning Star w-hs 
crushed to .death iv day pr. so ago by 
the slipping of a, boiler while It was 
Ijc'ing unloaded, 

.JlnOU.. the 111., -of Earl' <irev, 
Lord Hlndl.\ > ■* liiudl>« Hall. Wot - 
ccster.. has ilcculed to build a sum- 
mer home at i-'anal Flats, near Cran- 

tirook. 

It hajf' been ,le. nb d b> the provlll.- I 

clal govern'ment to raise the status i 
of the Queen Charlotte schooC dis- 
trict, and a new sivhodl will be built 
a.s soon as th<- birjil board provides 
the necess'ur.v ; in 



Pirai.\ oil the high seas— mi les.s — 
la the vhurge on which Capt. Uugh J, 
Tliomps<on of the treasure-huntli»g 
schooner Vldu. his wife, sl.mer-ln-la w. 
and live . members 'of his <;rew wen; 
arrested on Sunday b.v the L'. 8; rev- 
enue cutter .\rcata In the. t.tulf of 
Ueorgla wiiep making seaward with, 
the Bihooner which had been libeled 
b.v the I'. S. marshal. The marshiSl 
when he found that fapt. ThomiMsoii 
had stolen away v.ith the schooner, af- 
ter the manner of the notorious Capt. 
Jemmy Jo'nes, of bygone years in Vic- 
toria with the^Jeunyf Joiiei'', telegraphed 
to the sheriff at Port 'Fiiw-tiaeml to is- 
sue a wa^ra^t charging Thomp.soii and 
oilier, members of the \id,a's c-oitipaiiy 
with piracy and. otber crimes, la steal- 
ing the \easel awa.i from the ('iistod.v 
of the authorities in Seatth .t- 

tetriptlng ,to get to sea. 

i'lipt. W. K. Hall, commanding the 
.\rcata, picked iip the fugitives off 
Partridge point, \Vhldb,\ l.^land, shortly 
before dark Sunday night. The,^cutt^r 
was put to her Vjest speed to overhaul 
the s(>eedy s/'hooner. The' lettering lui 
thf! vessel's bow llilil oeen chaiiged 
from "VIda" to rt-ad "Elvira. '' It was. 
only lyhen confronted with a discrep-. 
ancy In'na-me from ihat carried on 
the \ida's pajiera that Thonipson with- 
drew from ari attlthde of grlevcii sen- 
timent ovf^r being held up while peace- 
ably sinillng the high seas. 

■ Thofnpson's Dreum Spoiled 

Thompson ami his enthusiastic plans 
to gain ^ fortune in the South seas 
arid the schooner Vlda have gained 
much ndtoiiety during the last fevs' 
week.*!. He annouriced that he would 
found a colony to. be known as. Casli- 
kiHjy tonka In Peru, wli'ere all wTlTing to 
shiire l-n an expedition would tlnd 
W'ealth. To participate- otic had only to 
i>ay $1,000 for the venture, 

Arrangements ta set lorlli an an- 
nounced earlier In 'th« week, were 
thought to baye b'fin'aibaiidoiied with 
the giving out pf news that the ves- 
Bel had been libeled ,lii the, federal 
court to collect a claim of-J20'> beii) i,y 
Louis .(Skeldlrig. 

Skelding claimed , the .sum due for .,. ^ , „ 

unpaid labor and. material fiirnlshti'Nl tVjc'ln'KiVlateiKanlmBi? 
for fitting up the v««8sel,, With, the case J ■ ■■ ■- 

In coiit^ iUarsbal Hopklws plaeeU a 
deputy in t'hiirge, and anehofed the 
vesseF off West Seait|.e. l;)urlnji: the 
eiirl.v hours of morning ThonipsQti 
slipped anchor and before hl»-«"o'iip was 
discovered bad proceeded down -the 
Sound. , 

. A dela . hu.n- wnuli) ha.e j,»er- 

mltted the .si lioonei- gcttiiig Into Bri- 
tish Colutniila water.s, where tlie UiiU- 
ed States official would have been 
hol))ic3.«>. , 

"You were hot any too soon." was' 
the Comment or the (leetng skipper 
when his plau.slble- efforts to be freed 
l).\- the revenue cutter nftlcials fell 
Ihi-oiigh. "Had 1 ha' i'i tinbther gallon of 
gasoline or the breV-ze been a lilt stiffer 
\oii would. not have bee-n able to board 



, Mass. , 1 . Is suffering from 

a plagu» .; ..:i rat.tle, wWch attack 
people at sight They are regarded 
as more dangerou.'-- hy fer than any 
other denizens .>r the iiro\ iiuial j 
wilds. ■" , ■ , '! 

Chief Engineer Kennedy, of- tin >■ 
.\. R.. after a trl|> over the. projected i 
Hope Moi<nt«it> '""*• announces thut 
a tower gfade must be found. As 
yet the best gradient provided for by 
ti^e surveyors is ."2 pec, cent. 

.The work of removing Jams aiid 
other obstruciiot'i.'< on the Yackoon 
river Is proceeding rapidly, the work- 
men being now engai^ed )ii the demo- 
llatlon iif ^ the nnii and largest lib- < 
'stniction. ■ , 

' ,x 

i; Ki^ BeOk wa? chased, 1>y, an 
inturiatcii/^ljall last w'«^ek Ifl^the pna- 
ture be the St. Eugene ,.rtisston. but 
(fl» ,tte himself e.vpHiin8) "by the 
.janace of God and with thfi assiatance 
of a pltchfoi^k mffhafeed to stand off 



WE HAVE 




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The Rciliarkablc Progress of The 
Amalgamated Development Co. 



Has been unprecedented in the history of the Oil industry. Full 
title to all of this Company's imrriense holdings was not completed^ 
until the 2oth of June—JUST t\A/0 MONTHS AGO. 

-^ Since that date the Companjs, has installed machinery for 
pumping two flowing oil wells. Has commenced and is already 
far advanced with the construction o1^ refinery on the ground, 
and has shipped NINE MILES OF PIPING to eohvey the pro- 
duct of their Oil Wells to tidewater. 

CAN THIS RECORD OF PROGRESS 

rOR TWO MONTHS BE BEATEN? 

The present week will see the stock of the Amalgamated De- 
velopment Co. quoted upon one or more of the local stock ex- 
changes. Vn^ATCH IT RISE. 



irxas 






t»ootnrrt<»ndfffl hy 'he m»wiio«.l i)rob>««iorf i * 



STElWART WILLIAMS 



Auctioneer. 



Advertise m THE COLONIS" 



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oHel.v ,il 



An ImfMjrtani seizure of smuggled 
opluot-nias been made by the cus-' 
toin.s ofncers at. Rosaland. Hun- 
drtMJs of pounds lOf. Chinese tobacca 
and a quantity of smuggled Chinese 
whisky were also .Included, in th* 
spoil of the authorities. 

Vancouver's fin^inc* committee has 
served what Is pratitleally nnv ulti- 
matum upon the B.C.. telephone com' 
pntiy. in.sistlng that they Instal au- 
tomatic phones or prepare for a com- 
peting _jj(,impafiy being admitted to 
their field. 

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Says Capital is Leaving 
Engiand Because of Lloyd- 
George Budget 



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Why Do Con- 
tractors Deal 
WitliUs? 

Eecaiisc wc liavc th-c 
g'oods they require and 
deliver promptly. 

It doesn't matter how 
small or how large an 
order may be we can ful- 
fil- it corfectiv. 



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Phone 272 Res., 376 



sage- of the builgt • .1: '>ne Who h^^ 
iimnc\^tu invest tries 10 place'lt abroad 
ami Caiiaila ia' getting her sha.iH;. . . 

Tlu- Argentine Republic Is tvlBO eon- 
M.hT.'il. .me of the best fields, a-nU i.s 
.1 -M' i.e; a certain amount, but Canada 
!. i.i all. The reason for this U not 

rii.ii laiiiula is at presont ree'eiving 
r.;.r,.s;i . ipilal which Is being driven 
fniin ,the ultl country by "the drastic 
liiipi'siltions. which hav^' been plnceil 
11p9n.lt bv the Llo.vd-Gettrgc budget" 
is the statement made last night b.v 
Mr. .l.ihi\ 1-. Balrd. I'.M-G. mepiber of 
4I10 British liouse of Commons for the 
sage of the budget. Since the pas- 
nnlv because the Britisher feels more 
certain of the welfare of hI'H money 
In this country, but" the Impwlal spir- 
it has grown- grerttly of late and n(i\v 
the ideas seem to be to keep capital 
within th'c British Empire as much as 
possible. The advertising which Can- 
ada has received In Ehvgland has also 
l>een conductive to this end. but not 
nearl\- so much as has this growing 
spirit of Imperialism. 

This lis the first occaslori on whl^h 
Mr. Ba/ird has visited Canada and be 
came for the purpose of seeing at first 
hand what conditions really are llite 
here. British Columbia above alL^lm- 
pressetf him greatly. "I have com«3 
to the /coast by way of the Kootenays 
and I yvas simply astoimded at the ap- 
parent wealth of that country, which 
has vJa yet not been touched. It does 
hot nfeil the eye of an expert to see, 
this,/ but it Is plain to everyone vviy> 
has/^he least Tirffulty f or o twervatlo 
Th^ scenery comlng-^nrhrough ih 
mountains 1 do not think, can be" 
equalled anywhere In the worlfl." 

At the present time Mr. Kaird States 
there, are a large number of' British 
Al,P.'s coming to Canada, to looyk over 
the country, which they have heard 
so much about. Some of them have 
come with the idea of investing, but 
the mc>8t of them want t» get their 
opinions at first hand of what has 
beien told them to be the greatest 
country within the British Kmplre; so 
that they ma.v be able to discuss tn- 
intelllgeiitiy Canadian problems when 
thev come up In parliament. 

Mr." BairfJ b'ft last night for Vah- 
I couver on his return east. ' '- 



George Cassady of New Westminster 
Tells of Privileges Given to ' 

United States Fishermen j 

'I'lia 1 1 Ik 'i uiu- lia-; • ' 'iilr ^\ Inti 1 ho | 

OMnniili'ii niiv I'l iiiiH'iil ..ii^;hi lo Willi-; 

i draw tbi' lU'nhi.SKioil now >;iaiil<il In 

illii .\n»- l-liiKlariil l''lsli i'"ni|iaii', in 

' la Mil 1 i -, I l,-, li a 1 \ a IK 1 ill \ .1 .i lal .a In i 

V'aiiadiaii pnini.s .iml .^liip lln ni ' in 

boU'd ■ In pnllU> ill 1 hn 1 lilt. .1 .■^l n 1 •<,-; 

wa s II.- , \ ni n ■;., ,! niiinnai nl Mr. 
Cii n-.n I a: nd , ,\li.. Is ,'ta\ing at th-- 
KiiiK l'..l\\.u.i lini.l ha ,1 liwv (lays,: 

.ns^ III. Tnrnnin iii.a.n \\ \ (■.(-•sadyi 
lln X'n \N . ; uiiinsttT luarui-KC'r ot\ 
u< \: 1 I'.inih' AsMoc'iation, the' 
largcsL ( imaduiii lirm operating Ip thn" 
llsli trade on the Pacific coast. 

Some ton or, J if teen . years ago the 
government passed :in. i)rd»'r-ln-coUn- 
cil permitting this Ai^ierlcan compaiv, 
to ship its 'fish in bond through tho 
Canadian ports. At this time there , 
were practically no Canadian I'irms in ■ 
thv business at all, and it was a great 
advantage to A'ancouver to secure tia 
second-grade -fish which the compati. 
was unable to ship so far as i.he East 
The customs officers kept A\[ateh on 
Avhatever was "sold in Oana^da ani 
duty was charged npon it.j Latel\ 
howevf;rr the New KnjMand Comimn, 
has bought out the Canadian' Fishing 
Company, and ia running a (,'anadiui 



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business as a subsldiarj- company. 
The fish from both Canadian a^nd Am- 
erican bottoms are landed at tne sana 
dock, and owingji* the vastlquanti 
ties it is almoriPnrnposslblo /for Xh- 
custonjs officers 1o keep tracejof wTili I: 
is t^'anadlan and which is American. 

_Thc consi^quence is that noboil 
can be' sure that the fish which ar 
being sold-ln CUTT^ida tyre not caugln 
in Anherlcan boats. 

While Mr. i^assady makes m 
charges he states that It is a -mo.s 
irregular way <>f doing business, us 
the -government has no positive wa . 
of checking of the Canadian atu 
American article.- F'or cxajnpic in 
two days 300,000 fish were dumped ; 
out of CanadiaVi and. American boats i 
on the one dock, side by side,- and j 
would be an impo ssib ility tu dl.s- i 

nguish bet\a>en themr~~ 
.n view of ^ he fact that this su'. 
HidiSt^^,..COmpany l_g now being opera i 
ed and, Ahio that the Canadian com- 
panies (ian now easily supply aH the 
needs (.jx Vancouver and the rest of 
Canada Mr. Cassady urges that the 
Dominion government, ought to 
awake to thej fact that tliey are In- 
juring the 1)uslhess of Canadian firms 
by this indifferent way of doing busi- 
ness. The need for the order-in-roun- 
eil ban- now passed, and it was a sure 
thing that similar privileges could not 
be qhtained by a Canadiah company 
in tlH'-tTnlted States. 



POTATO CROP 



Frost Destroys Yields in CowicHan. 
Shawnigan and Saanich Districts. 



At the iSrIard — 

{ J. A. Reid. Vancouver; Ernst I'olEe. 
I Tacoma; ■ (."has. Willoughby aiul , wiff, 
i Kieanor ivilloughby, Portland; Chas. j 
j GlUey. Winnipeg. <,>eo. W. Huberts. ^W. ! 

CUvQ, Vanaouver: W, Sonnu and wife, j 
j A. "Ci Evans, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs,- Ajji- 
I derson. Pbasant Beach; NLrs. \V. Mar- 
1 riott. Vancouver; H, Wilson. Toronto; 1). 

H, Patterson, Vancouver. f».. P. Clark. 

Montreal: James Trumbull, CWcago. 

Mr. and Mrs, R. E, Kalier. New York; 

W. Kttershank. V.nncouvcr: W. .1. E"art, 

l-eattle; K. II Poits. Vancouver; Mrs. 

It. ,*!. Bibb. Kans^is City. K. Morris, C 

[I. Hudson. Q. ti. Ilcnd'-rsun, N'aiicou- 

ver. ' . 

At the King Edward— 

Geo. R. K.?itt. ittle. H. V... 

Thayer. J'argo, N •', Worfield, 

i Sandoval. 111.: t'r. !■ . .1. Fiedler. Mrs. 
•fosephlne Fiedler. Seattle. Miss Bessie 
Dolzal. Miss EsIp r>ol2al. Fremont. Neb.; 
Jas. Auld; W. G. Bcnham. O. B. Ander- 
son, Vancouver; Misin K. (-impttofi, Wln<. 
nipeg; MI. S. Johnston. Porttand; W. J. 
Kear. Jocdan River; R. FngllMh, Cal- 
gary: A, P. McQuall, .lacksonvllle. Fla.; 
\V, S, Curry, Mfdkine Hat; M1i»m F. 
Rlchier. Be-^sHe Rlchter. F. . Rlcliter. 
Kerem«.s. Chas. - !■', folly,, Chemalnus; 
Alex -Smith, .Vancouver: W*. H. Bcll>» 
Shawnigan., .1. M. Dolph. \Va.shtngt«n; A. 
i''. SKjffen; Milwaukee, .las. Wilao-ri. 
Mrs. James Wilson, Cincinnati. Mrs. 
Murphy, Vancouver; M, J, Oamnion. 
Mrs. Gamftion, Brandon; Mrs. Mantidtiel 
and son. Armstrong, B. 0« A, Bralden, 
H. A. Wilson', ^fi b. Mandlll. .f, J. Jolinr 
sion. M, Perl/. Mrs. Perlx, Comox. 





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Candidate for United States 

^^£k)ngress at Juneau Says 

^His Country Should be Just 

and Return Port to Dominion 



Uestruottve frosts w&Ich Btruck the 
northern part , of the island and as 
far south as the Saanich district have 
in many cases totally destroyed the 
fall crop of 7)otatoes and there Is no 
doubt whatever th.nt the price of this 
vrtluohle foodsttiff uill soar this com- 
ing fall. ' . 

The frosts took place a few nights 
ago. doing great damage In the low- 
lands of Ciiwichaii, Shawnigan and 
Saanich districts priniipall.v. The 
sluitcs have been frozen to death and 
! alien lifeless to the "eiirth, while the 
)intat(> plant will be dead fof 'tll« y«aif* 
thus sT)oillng the falP.\ickl. 

.No reports of the failure !»? ttlie City 
iTO)) have yet como in. 

Sweden's Mrnlster Resign* 
ST'>CKIfOI-,.V[, Aug. 2!»,— lierm,Nn D^,' 
Lagcrcrantz, the representative ,of 
Sweden at Washington vince 1907, has 
jfsigncd, accorrling to an announce- 
11' lit mail'' hnrn Inday, to look after 
'j:- ;i'-isnn;,i i lU'rests . in Sweden. 



i.ire, liiglilv regarded lu?re, and there is 
no foutn'lntion for the reports tlfnt his 
iifiiKuntiun was caused by ■ attacks 
!n;»(lc! Mil hfrn by the Sw'edi.sh-Ameri- 

v all prn _ , 

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Beafnsse Cannot Bd Cured 

il aiiplicatlon.s, as they cannot 
di^^eHsed portion of the ear. 

J\ nil'- xv.ii,v,"tn <aii(* deafness, 
■ tiMtitiillnnal remedies, 

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At tlia Dominlonr- 

M. A. Afnront. IMiInttrrrBtJ-tBonb, Du- 
luth; Harry Ffejda. Seattle: F, A. U 
Stmlth, Hornby Island; R. C, Heddlnd. 
yihcouver: Mrs, A. A. Richards. To- 
I'onto; Miss A. U. Huutor, Seattle; H. 
Man.' Vam?ouver; T. M. Mitcheli and 
wife, Ontario; Thos,. Keith. Nanalmo; 
James Smith, M. Smith, Condoii, Oie.; 
j. R. Simpson and wife, Seattle; J. M, 
Whitney, J. A. Whitney, Sllroy, Cal.; 
Ji A.. Cockburn and wife. W.. 6. Joy, 
Vancouver; Wm. Mllligan, Otter PiOiht: 
Mr. and Mrs. J,'. A. Olii. Jr.. Newark. 
N. J.T Wm, A, "furner. Nelson; Arnold 
Grazer, Menry A. Thomas. Chicago; Jo- 
seph Broadbiiilt,, Brantford; N. AJ Mc- 
Klnnon, Vancouver: ff.K.' smith, wifek 
and son, Calgary, A. 1-". McMillan, Van- 
couver: C.K, Curtis and wife. Oakland: 
iSthel Grazer, 8a|n Frartclsco; Haller and 
Hayes. Boston; A, B, MoSes, -Seattle; W'. 
McGinn. Vancbuver; • O. \V. Murphy, 
Portland: J. V. Green, Vancouver; V. O. 
Hosendahl and wife, F.,iC. Butters. U 
O. Grondahl and' wife. T. T. Grori^alil. 
Minneapolis; Mrs. A. «. Thompson 4»nd 
8on, M. Barnett and wife, H. Pcieraoiii 
H. S. Mlche,lson, Holberg; H. Gardner. 
J'. T, MottratYi. (^arman^Ji; AV, R, Robe- 



lia« large liossesslons. The 

ini.Ttrr'S (tlplTimatic servicer] non. Wintilpog; AV. Milligjin, Otter Point. 



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John R. Allen, ji{edii;lne Hat; Miss T. 
Budge. .Calgary; L. M. Lambert, O. E. 
Khlfirs, New Orleans: W. O. Parker and 
wife, San Francisco': Mlsa V. Alien. 
San ExiinclHco; B. H. jKall, Alexandra; 
% V. Maxwell and wjfe. Oafelahd': l-"^ I'. 
Coml;,',- Miss Ray Dean. Ohas. Cude- 
Uy, Chkago; Wiule Bisters, New York; 
W. A. Taylor and dnnghters, T. J, Tay-^ 
lor, Hastings.}. Jl.' Sumer, Roy. B. C; N, 
N. White, Vancouver. 

At the Bftlaioral-i 

c. O. .Willoughby.' .'itiittJrteti!,"!?.'^; 
Mr. undAIrs. B, Allen and family., f^vni' 
(•ans: Col.,, .nnd .Mrs. Kardlpy Wllntot, 
Dan.inn Mr. n^vrl Airs. BragK, ..SaHnlcli; 

i. '; ' '. rollln 'W.Il:!.?. Frrr.,;li Creek; 

'■.<'. "■■ , • Freiich 

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\(i I ■ w; Harimap. bankai nf ( larks- 
liUig, .iusi returned fronl a tlireti-uiohths' 
trip thi-ough the Yukon Torrltpry, on 
business and pleaiture, toi'd a- Globe re- 
porter yesterday nn^Jnlorestlng li.ictdent 
of a labor caiidldatf? ?o.r election to con-g 
gress from Alaska, a Mr, tVOnnor. d»«' 
daring that., if efected, he wouM do his 
best' to" hand 'the seaport of Skagway" 
back to Canada, where It properly be- 
longed. 

Well for OivUisfttion 

"It siieak.s well for the progress, of 
civilization when n candidate for e,on-^ 
gre«s haH the courage to Openly speak 
the unpleasant truth to an American 
audience. Mr. O'Connor was a fellow 
passenger with me for about eight days 
on the ftvtir and ocean vessels by, which 
i returned, and 1 had frequent conver- 
Kailons with him concerning ' the felm- 
tlons between the tw6 countries. ■ Like 
t»u)st Americans, he thought hl« Country 
liad some unsettled grievances AVltli 
England, but he strongly denounced Uie 
methods adopted by Senator Lodge and 
the .ot"her eminent Jurists appointed by 
President Roosevelt to act with those 
appointed by Great Britain" to Interpret 
the Rufftian. treaty, of ISrs. defining the 
Alaskan boundary. He criticised their 
action, especially In publishing, the 
statement that they would not abandon 
atjy land they had taken possession of, 
na matter bow the treat.v read, and said 
it was 4o,he jto impress Lord Alveratonc 
with the. Idea that unless the United 
States retained (he part of Canada they 
wrongfully held, there would be fricHi.ii 
'between the iw.. nations, 

' ' . iiiirbt-iaiadM 

^After nayfnt tbat rMjait-mtiwiW 
AmeficAnw do not Want terrJtofy obtain- 
ed in that way, he further Intimated his 
belief that Senator Lodge wins acting in 
(ho interests of the White Pass railwsiy. 
whose headquarters, pccofding to that 
decision, -are In the t.'nlted States. Aj* 
the bulk of the line Is in Canada, the re- 
sult Is thnt neither country can control 
the Tielghi .irate.'s, and the minors of 
both Alaska and the VuUon have to pay 
extortionate rates. I pointoii out that if 
«J1 the land had remained In Canada's 
pcisSesslon those extortionate freiiriit 
rates would be quickly remedied through 
the Kallway commission. Later 1 saw 
♦"e J unoau. paperiA ititb xhh import of his 

FR:EI\ICH SaTle'r~1Tas ,- 

A MARROW ESCAPE 

The Mi-ciii 11 i. !i i, ,■,,,! I . . I ' , 
d'ArVOr. \vl)l.h |,i| .\nl'A'-rji .,|,n,.l|. 
■year ago hmiinl i,, Viii..'rtH aiid Vm 
I'ou'ver liy way .,.| ll,)l,:irt, 'I'a.-nn.-i ir 
was' «:i vc'l ir.'ni slijim i-cli' (,: 
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is a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea. 
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of cximrt IniBlnoss In any quarter. The 
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In six short years Mooney Biscuits have jumped into po^ 
favor throughout the entire Dominion; You will understand why 




ipuiar m'^:^^a^^:::'MK. 

jy when \^'-- 'y'-----r^4iN'[^ .- ,.r\ 
you eat ttiem for the first time'. ', \. #^'''^ ■•■- 

,-You can get Mooney Biscuits at. your grrocer's, fresh find flaky ^<;!^ 
in damp-proof w^ paper lined packages. " -'■'■^' '^•-■■- • 

Try some today— their taste will please you. 



Pld. 

. .08 . 
■ H'/i 

.111; 

'.07 

.ec, 

.'.'0 1.^ 

i.-io" 

. -98.00 
. IlM.pO 

. (iil.lM) 
. VO 111) 
. IM.ilii 
.I'.SiiiHI 

.IS 



Asked. 

.10 

.16 

.15 

.0.1 

.14 - 

.G7V2 
■ .75 

• 21Vfr 



125.00 



Stock— ^ 
Alberta Canadian • OU . . 
Ainen Canadian Oil... 
Can. Northwent Oil.... 

Alberta Coal and* C"kt> 
Diamond Valfi C. and <' 
International C. and r. 
-Vlcola Valley C. and C. 
Hb.val -CplllfTl^s ...... 

Western C. and C. . . . . . 

B.'g,^_Kfirm. i.,oan 

Dominion Trust Co. 
Ot. WejSl. Pf rmant^nt . . 
PHb.' Whallns com. . . . 

Pac. WliallnB pfd 

Stewart Land .' 

S. A. Scrip 

Bitter Creek . . 

Glacier Creek ,. 

Main Keef . . . : .^ 

O. K. Fraction 

Portland Canal 

Portland Wondt-i- 

Stewart M. and I > 

Nugget Gold 

LaRiiueti 

Lucky Calumet 

Snowstorm —.....,.... .i.j 

Rambler Cariboo. 2,1, 

Sales. 

aOfl Portland Canal, at :;.■!, 

Taaojouvar Stook Sales. 

5000 Portland- ,Canal at il."!. 
I 100. Red ailT MlnlnB at $1.S5. ■ 

looo American Canadlnn Oil at 15. 

1 South A/rlcan Scrip at $tJ75. 

iOu Stewart Mining ami Uev, at, 1X40. 



" :i 



25.00 
.SO 

.10 

.33 «, 
' .28 
3.75 

• lOVfe 

.05 



Overselling on Account of Corn 
•,, Qrop Rumors Laads to Rise 
— Firmness in IVloney Mar- 
kets Gets Attention 



N15W TpRKy i<^. W.-r-,The ground 
work, for the rise in prices of jstocka to- 
day was laid la.st week in tho ovctrselllng 
^y a group of pr.ofe.sslonal operators 
prompted tjy the falee- "alarm of frost 
damage to the corn crop. Advices ovor 
Sunday, of favorable weather for corn 
quieted apprehension and revived confl.d- 
etrce. , " ' 

A firmer tone characterized the money 
m^irkets In London and BerMi^. Then 
tenacity with, which three of four of tiie 
larKcst New York banks are holldlng to 
oxoesslvo surplus reserves In face of the 
lil^h rates and meagre demand .for coni- 
niorclafriaper l.s the occaeflon of-«ome un- 
easy discussion as a possible Indication 
of expected unfavorable developments of 
some kind. . '- ' 

The d^nand for stocks to day appealed 
■to: be professional. Of* the day's aggre-' 
g^te sales of 337,700 , shares, United 
States Steel, Reading and Union Pacific 
mad e up ff25-.060 sliares. 

Bonds were firm. Total sales, par 
value.-$745,000. United States Fours ad- 
vanced %'^ifer cent, on call. 




The Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd., Stratford, Canada 




. ....^W* -.\ tV^ * ■ " ■ lift "■>•» .. -^jO^^ 






!F^ ' 




■>-« 



au.:..»t'.i 






ZrSW YOSK STOCKS. 

(KurnLshed by K W. Stevenson & Co.) 
NHJW YORK. Aug. 29.— Although Ihe 
'feeling throughout the streets is gener- 
ally one of uncertainty, short.s today 
in the absence of unfavorable news of 
a character to undermine conf idenc e 
proceeded to^cove^ commlttmen-t.^; and 
the upward^- mtrroment was aided by 
several larg« professional traders bull- 
islily Inclined, at least for the present. 
The lisi appears to be fluctuating with- 
in' a' trading area and traders are not 
p«rniltting themselves- to be misled" by 
the temporary show . of strength but 
prefer tir> lighten accounts on tho Ijojlges 
and await opportunities to ma.k^.Jpur- 
chasejs on the recessions. 

Closing 

Low. Bid. 

8 

64% 

'48 

61 Vi 

19 

35 

H8.',4 

119 

134 

39% 
no • 



Stock— 
Allts Chalmers 
Arnal. Copper , 
Am. Car Fdy. . 
Am, t^'ot. on . . 
Amer. Ice . .^. 



Amer. 

Amer, 

• Via.-r 

,\ui.'r. 

■ Amer. 



Stocklroters and rinariclal Ageata, 
▼aacoovsrr- 

Dealers In Government,' Municipal; 
Railway, Trust and ottier debentures.. 

Stocks op. London, New To: k. Mon- 
treal and Toronto, K.xchanges bou^sht and 
sold on Commission. 

MINING BIIARES 

Funds Invested for Cllenm on Mort* 

.gages ahd Real Estate. 



Loco. 
Smc U. 
.Sugar 
Tel. . . . 
Woolen 
Anacoiida , . . 
Atlaiiilc. Cfoast 
Atchison ■ . . . . 
do pifd . . , 

B and O. 

B. U.-T 

C, C, and i^. 

I'. U 

and O 



High, 



62 



6(4<i 



28H 

40 Vi 



til '^ 



r,v\ 



28 
40 



. r 99 



L. . 




TlM^iiCTA-ij p T'^ia if^'T; 




and A. 
and O. 
do 
and 
M 



W 

pfd 
C. and X^ W. 
C. M and S, p 
I'ent. Leather 
C. F. and l'. . 
.South" I 11 
1 s ■ p I'd 
OnM . , ,■ 
Proiiuct.^ 
11 - . 
K. <:. . 



Colo. 
■do 
Coil. 
Corn 
D 
I). 



and' 
and 



10." 



192 

2 1'. 

121 'i 
3.')Vi 



131 

1 i ■'■!, 

31 Vi 
.2#',, 



104*^ 
71-\ 

191 

2'!Vi 

46% 

12(1 

3;n« 



t3\ ' 

20 \. 



A whisky of the highest possible excellence, 
and a favorite of the most exacting 

Insist on having it 






The King of Table Waters 



,.A,::ii 



To be had at all reputable Bars, Hotels 

ant! (^hibs 






m 



'^': 







CO., L 




Kfria 

do I.« (if.l 

Gcii. Klec. . 

Ot..' .N'or. Or.. 

Gt.' N<jr, pf.l 12.'.'% 

llUnolp I '.lit 

filter-Met. , 

Int. I'ump . . . 

Iow;a Cent 17^i 

L. 'Smd ;^'. . 144 

Mackay 

do , pfd ....... 

Mi-xlcan' Cent -ia "s 

'M. H. P., S, , .^ .\I.. 12iM:: 

>] !•' ■•fill T ■^Z\t 

P f. I 

..ii.-.-wiit 1 l'.ic, ..... 53% 

.Nat. L< ad 

•N. Y. Cent 11^ "4 

N. Y. O. and W. ; 

N. and W V. 

Norlliern Par. . . . >'n .^ 

Pacific CoaHt . . 

Parlflc Mail 

Penn.>?yl '■•' • . IZ^a^ 

Pressed 

R«adln!.; 143 

do . [>' pill 

Rep. Ste.-l ^ 

Rock Islaiid ...... 30 \ 

do pfd . " . . 

Sloss Steel 

SouthJ'rn I'hc 114^ 

'Cenn. Copper 2a:<j 

Twin City 

Union Pac. , .' \i'.l\ 

do pfd 

U. . S. Steel 

Utah Copper . , . 
Virginia Chcm. . 
>VabaSfi '. . 

do pfd 

West, Union .... 
WesttnghoUse . . 



97 V^ 97*4 
, . 99 »4 

104Vi 
li-'Vi 
71 

190% 
73 
29 
24 
46% 

14 3, 

120 

-.34i.i 

, 30 ij 

' 53 
7 1 

130 
'lJ 

lfi2 
31 'i, 

■25^ 
42 Ml 

113 
.'■.'l-, 

124% 

12!.lV« 
17^ 
I'l 9 
1 fi \ 

143ii 
S4 

T3«4 
■M)\ 

liS^ 
31>i 
61 
53 >i 
51 Mi 

111 '4 
40 



Bevan, Gore & Eliot, Ltd. 

stock and Bond Brokers. 

■ ■ ' ■ / 

All ArfiNc Siia-ks r.'Mi','lii .-iiiil Si'M iiii Conimissioii ■ ■ . 

•" „■,-.-■ Private >Vir e \ •ri"ri;i to Vancouver . 

Buying and Selling Orders I"\<au!(il on the -Victoria, Van- 
■„ ; couver,^»tid Stpokam- Stock Exchanges ,, 

Daily Telegraphic Quotations . 

- ' .■ „ ' ".,,•-■ ' ;. ' .^' ' '■'.:, .—» ' ' ' ....,',/',• 

Phones 2470 and 2471 
1122 Government Street - - - Victoria, B.C. 



C OLD STORAGF 

I -■-.»ijri„ 

1 1, COLD SIORIIGE 5 ICE CO. 

Victoria, B. C. 

Goods received at nil hours. Expert attention 
given. Consignments solicited ^ 



Telephone 2282 



P. O. Box 875. 



12.'; 



143% 

30 M, 
128 
31% 

52% 

11 lU 

113H 



71 '. 
40V* 
B8H 

36% 





iii.. 
2014 


128% 


128 




84^4 


140*4 


142 , 


■ . . 


S6 




30% 


30 


30% 




66 




r.sii 


1 1 2 '■„ 


,113 '4 


2r,'i 


2:; v.. 


.... 


107 


165% 


,106,5h 




, 91 Vb 


ti'.O.H 


-O-.-^H 


i»'M 


4(1 


5S 


57% 


, , 


17 


36 


3 6 14 




,ni 


, . 


■■ 5 SI,-. 



STEWART, B. C, POKT^AND 

CANAI. AND THE NAAS 

BIVEB,. 

15.000 acres-.ojT land in l,l{e>Naa^ 
\ alley. Canadian Norttiern Rail 
way, now have surveyors- In this 
territory. Mirjlng property listed, 
reports, hy reyjponBlble engineers 
Investments Vriade. Informtttlon to 
investors. Correspondency solicit 
<d. References Canadian Bank uf 
I'ommorco. 

Harr^^ Smith 

:"<(■.«' 11 r( I' (.' 



Wharf St. 



Distributors 



'Phone 111 




iMtlMliilit 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

BOUaHT AND BOX.n ON 
COMMLISION 

R D. MacLachlan 

Meiril.ir \'l,t<irti Sli.cUl>r(il,»r»- 
Assorln tlin 

Board of Trads HulUllng. 
Phone 21 OB, 



FOR SALE 

$2,000—696 

International TelejJhone Bonds. 

Principal and Interf?Bt guaranteed 
by the B. C. Telephone Co. 

" At 103 and Int. 

A Splendid Investment. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Room 16, Mahon Block.* 
Phone 2456. P. O, Box 793. 



■^^ 



Phone 2858. 1123 Govt St. 

CIdham & Matterson 

BROKERS , 

Now is the time to buy , 

SOOKE OIL 
SHARES 

Call on ua^ for particulars 
Office to I.et. 



♦-» ♦ ♦.«>♦♦♦♦♦♦»*«-»»»»♦»*» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»*»»>i> » ^ « « « I t > ■«. 

STEWART ^ 



Actions 5peak louder than words. Stewart has " 

I now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES ;: 

;: are steadily ' advancing, as the development of the ;: 

:; country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- ;; 
I art City are a splendid- investment, , .; 

STEWARt LAND CO., XTD. 

I Offices 9, 10, ri Board of Trade Building, Victoria, f 



DOMIN 




RLW CO., IDi 



Capital and ^jeserves - $i,ioo^oqo 

TEMPORARY OFFICE: 

looi LANGLEY STREET, VICTORIA, B.C. 



This company is prepared to act, asTransfer Agent and 
Registrar, countersigning and certifying the issues. of Stocks 
and Bonds of 'Mining and other companies. Shareholders are 
thus protected against o\cr is.'^ue through error and valid 
Scrip is assured. . j 

For terms, apply to : A. E. Plummer^ Manager. 



mmmmmmmimmaMmm 



A SNAP! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

This property was being held at $1,400 per acre. Now of- 
fered for a cjuick sale at 

,$M00 -PER ACRE— $1100 » 

. . " • ^ . , . Ill - . I , , . .. ' , , , 

N. B. MAYSMITH & Company, Ltd. 



Phone 1500. 



\'.i)^au P.iilldlnc. 



■wwf.f j tw Hw iTw iw mii 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Hoaird of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



14-16 Mahon BIdg. 



1114 Government Street 



Wanted 

infl Codl and Coke. , 
Rnyal Colli cries 
Pacific Whaling, com 
Pacific Wtoalltig pfd* 



For S&le 

Anh. Tf^lpiarraphone 
Canadian , IVIai;cnni 
Ornnbv ,('fina. Minrncr.. 

■ IMim 1, ^ : inr. 



Private Wires to Chirnq-n. New York, P-o.-^fon, ]\Ton(rcal 



NOTJCl- rO CON TK ACTORS 



TKX; 



iV.(> 



1 



; iii'l, \'l(.;ln:ia, an 
■ M"nd«fy, AuKust 

I l«)VV4'St 111 ,1 I 

acctiptCfl. 

i'l;in.«i and ?ii" ■ 1' 1 
at the orflr«> ..( 
11 - 



iiiiPl nil I ll III 



■1 I .| Ufl |i 



111' ;i 

inl.i.iK 

1 I f-HVU. 

. 1 1 U ! II .s 
n.H.in 



tiTi.l.T 



itlntlfi ni.iy l- 



iill'-I'lTll. AVohli'pct. 
1006 Government tit. 



r.AN0 REOI8T»T ACT. 

"In I!)i- iii'iri. r '>! nil n|i|)llra<li-in f ■ ,\ 
ilu|illratf c«'i t"ii'al>' of title to l,.ii, !'J 
of i^tiblot (i», l''f,rnwoocl Bstato (Map 
2f.2y, Victoria City, 

NOT1CJ3-IS h«reby fl:lv<?n that It !.•» my 

intention ui tho expiration of ono 

inontli from tlu- date of tbn ilrwt puhll- 

•-rittiin hereof to lasu<; a durilfcAte cortl- 

r or riilii }o said lanit l.H«ued to 

I'uviil l.ander.H on tho itlBt day of 

' :"iK, HiKl •|.ni!'-'-''"'t 1X964 C. 

■ „^itry Ull.;. •■, \ u. .i.ijrbi, U. C, 

,i ,: : , .i.-l'i, 

.1. r, M.-LEor>. - 

UepHly KcgiBU'lu:»;iafihmi8Bj||*«iii 



■' <f 



18 



/ 



/victoria daily colonist 



/ 



/ 



Tuesday, August 30, 1910 



CLASMFIKU .inVlCUTlhlNU KATKtt 

Onp r^t,' n wurd i-ueh ln»ertlon; 10 per 
cent. dlKcouiit for «lx. or more coii»»'<-ullva 
Inei'illona vush with ordur. No udvuitlnu- 
incnt accepled for luis tlian 25 ctint*. 
liualiitsa anil I'Tofeaaiinal fard» — o£ four 
t-r -*1.U0 1)151- Week.- 

chuiti<-'cl tiii accoun^ fur 

No. 11. 



JUSINESS DIRECTORY 

IIOTKUj AN1> ItK8TAl'lt.iNTS 



Uiu6 ur uiiiU 
No hUv tfrlis( lui-ai 

■f I'hone 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AUClUXKCl'tJ 



GRIF/l 
liOV 



.RIFFITII, H, 
Joveniment 



S.. 
tit. 



AIICHITECT. 
KhoriB US!*. 



looa 



l)niccli;e 



TiiOMAS, AKCIUTUOT — IN 
111 U. C. forli twinty-nv» y«ars. 
I'lttiia .irij spLCillcutlonB luriiliiln;U on uppll- 
taUoii. uXnoe, 6 Sl<ilrr» Ulock, Phone :i27r 



MACL.UUK, b.. 
Five SlBturs 

Uiricc, 1J57. 



AUCHITKCT— 5 
Ulock. Xfi; Ucs 



ANU 7 

, ,aJ-704; 



B' 



C^ 



"VJ-EW HOTli:i- 
.i.^ calloti In 



ANNKRMAN i HORN HOTlil-, NKW 
bulldhiif, cornor Broad and Johnson 
Blrrit. \'u.i.)riu. 'Modern olflcuM imd lui- 
nltfhfd roonm. ^^ 

ALlKOHNlAHbrKfJT 19 JOHNSON ST. 
newly nitcd up from bottom ' to lop. 
good ai'coinnuidailon, cportlntr jialli-ry, corn- 
prlalntr lUi-aUid plioiim of all the noted 
• ports and athlftta ujj to »h>! iiii'H.'iit liay. 
liar u)wa>B i)iip|>'>t''d with bsKt Kooda. Thoa. 
L. Mi-Miuiii«. prijp •lutor. ' 

UUUNSWIfK. N1CE.ST 1.0- 
Vli^toVla, nicely furnished 

roonia at nioderitu prices. Weekly rulea. 

All <ar» pa»H hotel. Two entrancea, corner 

Yat.a and DoURlaa. Phono 317'. 



liLWUOD WATKINS., 
lloom lii li'lvo' Sisitra 
,iSl. C. Tclui h, u ... ■ win. 

u-uus. 



. ARCHITECT— 
lilook. Victoria, 
; \ s.^. ii. sldunoe 



A. 



K KUV. UVKH TUIUTV VEAK^j ' 
experience In Art Oluaa Leaded 
liBlua for churehea, schools and prlvatu 
dwelllnga. Works and sluru li4ii Vutea St. 
,1'ho.io £ii»4. 



s. 



HLSHbL 



W, CHI.SHtoI..M & CO.. MANUFACTUU 
' rs of leaiied art glass. See us before 
;>laclnB your order. . Hepalrlng & apeclaity. 
I'hone SlltiH, 803 Fort street. 



ft L"1'0 MOBILES 

■ it 



rpHU COMMIiKClAl, HOTEL, COR.N'KK 
-L Doujslas and Cormorant Sts.. opposite 
City Hall. Ucnovaied throuRhout. Uooma 
second to none In city, liar replete Hltli 
the best. l;;uropean plan only. Pool room 
in connection. .!. Lucas. Prop. Phpne 1702. 

MONK V PR01>KhT7{~TnV E.STMD LkaUS 
to fortune, Thla r^ suft may be at- 
tained by purchasing the beat aOo mettl In 
the city at The Btrand Cafe. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



irilULHTEKINU AND UKCOKATINO 



S^ 



TILKH & SHARP, CONTUACTOHS FOR 
uidiolalt-rlni;, rcinovltiff and packing, 
carpels cleaned, t-tc, forniture repali'cd and 
polished. SOi Fort St. I'honu 2HS». 

WIIOLIOSALK DUY aOOOS 



rpt 



URNlCil-UKKTUN CO., LTD.. WUOLB- 
sale drv ki'ihIs, liniiortera and iilanufac- 
lurers meiia turnlshlnsa. tenia. "HIk Horn" 
brand, ahlrla, overalls. ' .Mai I oidiTa attended. 



\viioi.iu«.vi.i; 



WIN KM 

CO., 



ANU l.iqUOR.S 



rpURNEIl-JiKEirON CO., LTD.. WHAUl-' 
-L St., Victoria — Wholesale only, all \the 
lettdlnt brands jiJ lUjucira; direct Importers. 
Wills for llBii? ilniil (irUes. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISI N G 

IIEl-P \yANrEO— MAl.K . _ 

11 V\ni5 
ei- anil 



\y 



.\NTKn 
iiionll 
aiiianuenatH, 

Hilary J7a. 



1.\1.VIK1>1ATHI.V, , FOl 
i'X|)ert ■ BtenoBrapTie 
neouHtomed to literary 
Apply Hox 8U0 Colonial. 



work ; 



\\rANTl 
' ' u 1) I 
i;l'0 Johnaon 



EU— FIRST ' CLASS PAINTERS 
ijil paperhunRera, iininedlalely.- Apply 
street, C. H. Tito & Co. 



WITH WHKELS WANTKU TO UE- 
parcels after school lioura. Apply 
.ViiKiia Campbell .Si I'o., Ltd). 



i>oys 

-1» Ifv. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

Siri'AJ'JONH WANIKI)— .MAI.l^. 



W^ANTEU 
' » vest. 

Kin. 



OUNO ENGLISH MA«N WISHES RANCH 
work, win take »1I> month for steady 
k, with good board.- I3ox ,49* Colonist. 

HRQUmE D HY 
mid not afraid of 
Box 467 Colonial. 



wuou .AND ruKr. 



^yuLst 



SON, E. A.. DEALER IN ALL Kl.NEllS 
mlilwood, wood. bark. etc. Foal- 
foot lengtliB, I2.&U per cord;" atovo Icngtlii 
»a.00 double loud. 3:i0 Johh St. , I'hone 2073. 



/ IHKaP 



RANIER HOTEL 
Ion help, 660 



AND CAl^'K-^ALL U,N 
Johnson St. Why pay 
hioro whfn you can gt( the best for leas 
Meals 20c: rooms 2&o and tip. Bar.rcplotu 
with best goods. Joteph Balansno. Prop. 



OTRANl) HOTEL CAFIi- JOHNSON"' ST.. 
lO always open. European plan; cuisine 
unexcellc-d; bar best 
Wright & Faulkner, 



goods; 
Pbon* 



rates 
llOS. 



moderate. 



WESTERN MOTOR & SUPPLY CCW- 
pany. P.. P. Clark. Manager. Sola 
agents Wr Bulcks. Franklins. numbers. 
Clement Talbots and Rovers. Storage, sup- 
plies, t4res all sl/es and makes, liulk gaso- 
line and oil. Repairs, complete vulcanizing 
plant. High claks livery. Telept)uiia .Iitf6, or 
it Una busy 2087. ' / 



HOTEL VICTORIA 
ngement. Most 



meets 
Grant. 



-UNDER NEW MAN- 
cctitral In city. Bus 

all. steamers and trains. Graham & 

proprietors. Phone 480. 



TXriLSON HOTEL, 
YV European plan'; 



648-C48 TATB8 ST. 

large and airy rooms: 
bar supplied with best gopds. Ted McAvoy, 
proprietor. Phono 1032. 



BA<10.\(iB-1»ei,lVEUY 



VICTORIA 
epSond 



TRANSKCK 
12»..-=-^ 



CO,. IA,X>., TEL- 



BLLE I'BXNTIXO AXn MAPS 



puiN-: 

X six 



INTS, ANTf LENGTH IN ONE PIBCIS. 
cen's per lout, limber and land 
maps. Kleclrlu Blue Prints and Map Co., 

i;ih Langley St. ' 



BOATS AND ENGINES 



\riCTORlA BOAT Ik 
V Boats and launches 



repairs, 
W. D. 



designs. 
Buck, manager 



ENGINE CO., LTD— 

biillt: I estimates. 

Shop, 42T DaVm SlretL 



Plio<t« 



20&. 



POOKBINUEKS 



rpHB COLONIST HAS THE BEST 
JL cqulped bookblndcry in th«. province; 

i: e result Is eQual In proportion. 



BUITLES 



LL KINDS OF BOTTLES 'WXKTBD- 
1 - prices paid. -Victoria Jun 
1C2U Store street. Phone '.Xi<i. 



A 

Agency, 



THE WlLLOWS^THOROt|;aHLY . R'ENO- 
vated throug.ho'it, and /equipped In the 
most modern and .up-to-date stylo, and sup- 
pUed wit h hest good*. Alex. LlpskV. prop 

.lEWKLI.EKS. WATCHMAKERS, ETcT" 



A. 



PETCH, 
spocialfy 



1407 DOUGLAS 
of English watch 



6TRBKT 
repairing. 



JtNK 



WANTED— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER, 
xinc; lead, cast iron, sacks, bottles, 
rubber^ highest prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 1020 Store street. Phons 1336, 



T^NttSCAPB GABDENKB 



live 



FUEL— T^RY A HEAl^lNG DOU- 
blo load Of. short cut mill wood, de- 
■d to any part' of city at 13.00 C.O.D. 
aiiu-ron Lumber Co., Ltd. IMiono 804. 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



DENTISTS 



D" 



LEWIS HALli; pi^NTAL- BURGEON, 
Jewell block, ifprner Vatea and/Doug- 
las streets, VletorlaJ Bl C. Xelepbones — 
Office. 557; Residence. 122. 



D" 



H. J. UENDtiiRSON, DENTIST. LEE 
building, cornUr Broad- and Johnson 
Sts. Phbno 2260. OMc'o hours": a. 30 a. ui. 
to p. ^n. EvenlngWjby appointment. 

li-R AS ER; //p. M. D. ' 

tea SL, 'Qarescho 



\\ 



tjys 
it 



WANTED, 
Sons, Ltd. 



AT V/. 



V 



U- A NT V. D~ ST UONU 15 A D, 
■\l'l'ly -Victoria Junk 



'GOOD 

, Ak-ih 



Store Hlii'et. 



WAGES. 

v, ^rnu'i.i 



\ Y' ANTED— PUItTKR. 
» V barber sh.'p. 



E.MlVHK.SH, hOTEL 



I) 



UI 



.\.1'Pri;»;tick vvaNiTKD., ai'I'LV 

Jt. C DruK Store, S41 Jbhnson slret. 



Y\rANTED— STfX'K ,SAL42SM.V.\. , ENO- 
yy- llslimiin preferred, thtvk can plucci 
liliTh class s.curlly of iiiiu»ii;il liie.rR; llh- 
ei;al ' reniiimratioli to rl's'lit |):irl.y; -refer- 
ences ,il''8lred. Apply 44!" Coloiijlai. 




11A.MAN WITH »1001) '['OlN- 
iiirk connected with hub en- 
Apply Box 4!I3 Colonist. • 



SITION OF TRl.ST 

cjuple, anv capacity, 

town or country. ' 

Nd .married" ! \ 

[Ion of' trust 

Ml III business i,.,u 
I'.ox 47:1 Colonist. 

.11 MA.V, .\EA'F~ 
Ills Janitor or an 
Box 4K0 Colonist, 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



THE DEVEUEI X . E.MPLOy MENT 
GENERAL A<;K.N( V 

100:1 Foil Street, Huuia 3.3U to [,;30 
Telephollw 4 4 7. 



AND 



CONDENSfeD ADVERTISING 



TO LET — IIUUSEK,EEPI.NU KOO.MB 



\a;'\''^tei> 

yV eiieed 
tent cook; 



riio 
'J 1 7 rt 



LKT 

llollH. 

Valei 



FOR TACOMA— AN EXPKRl- 
chlldren'a iiiirae, alao conipe- 

refereiie.-a neeaanry. 



- WKI.l, 
kiM.phiK 
I Htreel. 



FVU.NISIIKI) .^1 
ixuna. di-Blrubli- 



ri'B OF 
home. 



sKKKf T'OSI- 
i.liid of em- 

or w:t I'rhtlUKt 



SALE— LARGE FtVlE-llOOM BUN- 
galow, new, lOBB liliMimond avenue. 
Apply Fn lrhurst. lO Bl Hult|in fstre • 1 

SITUATIONS WANTEDl-rKMALB 



A^ 



OIL COiyiPA.N'Y ■ OVKRATING IN 
the iirovv 11 California oil lUld. havlsiu 
a block of Its Bli.'ir.-s . t<i pbire "ii Ihe b"il 
market, deslns serylcts of reliable »tQ<k 
Mall Binan.; exillAni |)Wipofcltlon trtid assui- 
ti'lK rellll!.!) MO otl'r who .l» 



and 



I'tfc 



iiKkm-BMlve 



nergetlc. ;\;i)ply •i'J.'iO'' Colbnlst. 

\^MN\EJ>^^m)NVlT^^^ APPLV I'OP- 

>.V hitm Bros.. Muiy street, Vlcmrlii West. 



hours: 



in. to 6 p. m. 
UET* 



i. — OFFICE 73 2 
^lock. Ofticu 



B. 



C. {DETECTIVE SERVICE. VANCOU- 
v^r. Civil, criminal and commercial 
Invcstlgaillons R. S. Baron, Superinten- 
dent. He/ad office. Rooms 2U7 and 208, Crown 

Pliona 4203. 



LAND.'tCAPK GARDENER—JAMES SIM 
son, 9S1 Johnson street, phone RIIGO 
export on all garden anrl orchard details ; 
Pruning and cleaning from Insects, roses u 
Slierlalty; lawns graded and finished In flrst 
second or third qiialtty, according to con- 
tract. . / , 
' , 'i— — . — '. : : 



UVERV AN© TRAXSFEB 



VICTORIA TRANSFER 
129. Best service in 



CO., 
the 



LTD., 
city.. 



TEL. 



IXniOGRAKHXNO 



BCILDERB AND OONTBACTOHS 



F^ 



vkA*NK B^-HUME— CONTRACTOR AND 
builder. Plans and specifications pre- 
pared lor approval. Estimates furnished 
on ally class of structure.'^ Offices Cor. Rol- 
and Ave., and. Oxford St.. I'. O. Box 1.70. 



r UNEY BROS., BUILDERS' AND CO>- 
JLi. tractors, are prepared to give prlcea on 
ail building and j(>bbtng «'ork. Phono «7>. 
\V« attend to. your order. , 

■ ' ; ■ ' ^^ ■ ' " ■ ' ' 

« CUIKOPODX, 



MRS. CAMPBELU CHIROPODIST' SOS 
Fort street. 

CIVU. ENGINEERS AND SC)BVKY0R8 

O. NOAKES, B. C. ^^AND SURVEYOR 
C. E., Room 8. Lee Building, Broad 
street. Telephone S77. P. O. Box»&42. 

G. ALDOUS, C.E. — All kinds of civit 
engineering and surveying uitdertakc^. 

Railroad location ' and conatructioo, a spe- 

(lalty. 1107 Langley street. 

a ORE U MCGREGOR— J. HERRICK Mo- 
Gregnr. Mgr. Land Surveyor and 
clMll tingtneers. Chancery Chambers. P. O.' 
Box 162. Tel. A^O^- Fort Oeorge offlce, J. 
F. Templeton, J'igr. 



A. 



F. 



LlTHOaRAPHINO. RNQRAVINO AND 
, Embossing— ^Nothing too large and 
nothing too small: your statlonci^ Is •your 
advance agent) our work is unequalled west 
of Toronto. The Colonial Priallog and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



LO^^SMITIIS AND MACHINISTS 



HAFER. L. — GENERAL M.\CHINIST. 
• new parts of all kinds made in brass, 
'copper and steel, or any sort of metal. Ma- 
chine shop, 169 Government St. I'hone 930. 



MA88AGB 



MRS. BARSMAN, 
baths; roedUiSt 
Phone B-196B. 



BLEJCTRIC 
naasase. lOOt 



LIGHT 
Fort 8L 



OPTICIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS 



BLYTH, A. P., •46 FORT— OVER A 
qiiarter of a centUFy's experience, and 
modern equipment, at your service. Free 
examination. Lenaea ground on pramUcs. 
Phone 2269. 



buiidlngj Vanccjuver, B. 
Bloodhound trailers kept. 

At,'ll-|lC DETE<,"iTyE AiUENCY, DOING 
general lino crinilnal nnd civil private 
detective' work, " or will find the where- 
abouts/of any iW'isgns wiiose ludetitlty ' or 
addresVes aro unknown. | 1)09 Government 
street,/ pluiUii 2171 



/ 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



j- 



V.^NCOUVEK 



A/t.UAMBRA liOTEU— MBS. 8. THOMp- 
son & Sons, proprietors: R. D. Thomp- 
son, manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
sU'eets, Vancouver, B. C. Vaticouver's pllrst 
hotel. Situated, In the heart of the city. 
Slodernly equipped throughout. Midday 
lutich a apecljalty. Euroveau plaik. Vamed 
for good whiskey. 



0NE 
V-' ev< 



REl\tABLE M^N WANTED IN TT''AN"Jt'i2P 
ery tWn to tjike orders tor best ' » lly at 
custoiii-madeA cloth** ill* Canada;' lilshvat. 
commission. IRex Tmltorlhg Co., Llinlte.l, 
Toronto, Ont. 



w^ 



.A.NTED— t 
every tpv 
custom made 
coiiinrlgslun. 
to. Ont, ■ . 



WANTEb- 
ca»er 
line. High c 
advance. Pe 
Jess. H. SmitI 



NE 
■n ■ 
clothes 



KBLIABI^ MAN 
o; take order* for 



In Canada. 



IN 
best 

Highest 



Bex Tailoring Co., Irttd..' Torgri- 



APABt^B . SAISBSMAN to 
Itlsh Columbia with staple 

niiilsalons. with $1,00 ^monthly 

ancut position to right inuu. 

ti Co,. Wlnda^ir. O^I. ,_^ 



UELB WANTiU)>^FEaiAIA 



\x 



WANTED— J( hi;. \' ERA L SERVANT, IM- 
niedlat./l.v ; aiiiall famUy; good wages. 
.Apply mornl/igs.. 1»U Sdltthgttte stwi-t. 



TED-/-<11UL Td HELP WITH TWO 
luag /fhltdren: good wage* Apply 
inornlnga. l]^lil Southgaie street, '. 



IVrANT 

» » . yo 



HUHILV 
nurse 



A, H., 



REC«^*l.MENDn 
g.ood needlewomi 
cure of y, Wj I,-, A, 




XrOUNC, LADY KTICNOORAPHiBH WIS<HB8 
X poaliUin; i'xperlVnc<rd. , P.' \\. Bov 7u. 

AX'-V-NTWD BY Vul'.VfJ I 
'A as Btenogriipheir; has 
Apply Jplox 



logriipli. . .. 
505 Cololnlsl, 



ADY.j. I'OMITIO.N 
s<tn|u, experience. 



W'ANTI^.) BY 
tibn to <: 



yoiing 



A GIRL OF 14, '■SITU A*- 
dttre for one cliild, wliii 
Peopfc Rftply Box 405! Colonist. 



— POSITION IN GOOD FAM- 

once as governeaii; la a quall- 

Hed teacher: has experience; t-'omea from 

good and ''Bubatanllal hoitotv Apply Box 

475 Colonist. , • • 



|j-<J«JGLI8H LAlJV DElflRKH I'OHtTiON TO 
-xli teach two children to 1) ybara, or 
cnmpaniun to Iniralid liidy, Al>P>^ ^ox 

44 8 Colonist, 



cuuk. 



I^'tDUCATED Tp.VGLITHIWOMA.N aSj 

-i wislies pr»8ltli)u as huui)>'->te«per or, 
other responsible sUiialloii., .No objection to 
eouiitry.' <apul(le,|Trellv». good plain 
abstainer. Apply/ Box 4fil Colonial. 

Tjjtbd 

tiun 1 
people. S3 



Y\7 ANTED BY /A O/IRL 
.» ' tion to earn forf ohe 

Coljbnist 



OF 14. S17\JA- 
chlld with young 



•VroUNO WOM/AN (SCOTCH) WISHES 
X situttllou all! nuraery or'iewlniic maid. 



Appjy ^ 



Box 318 /colonial. 



\\ WANTED/ 
> > work/ 



tiiRl. FOR 

515 Superior 



/-|IRL A 
VJ yoiin 
Wulffsoh 



TO 



p/h 



i-lGHT 

,/etroet. 



HOUHE- 



BLP 
one 



CARE 

1397. 



i'-OR 
Mrs, 



"/ 



I^LACKBURN 
• , burn, proprietor. 



HOTEL— A. B. BLACK- 
This well-known a-id 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed Is noi*^ open to Us patrona. Steam heat, 
flue commodious roufns, tirst-class dlnlng- 
ruom, best attention to comfort of gueata 
American plan $1.60 to (2.00 per dayA Euro^ 
peah plan, 76« upwurda 31« Westminster 
avenue. « 



COMMERCIAL HOTEL— CORNER HAST- 
' ings and Camblu streeta Headquarters 
for mining and commercial men. Rates |3 
and upwarda Atkins, Johuaon & Stewart, 

proprierora , , ■■ 



HOTEL DOMINION— WHEN YOU AR- 
riye at Vancouver take large auto bjia 
which will take you to this hotel free. Oiir 
service is the beat obtainable at the price. 
American plan, II, 50 to tU,uu per day. Autp 
makes one trip dally around Stanley I'arli. 
F. Baynea, propi'ietor. 



PATNTERS AND PAPBRHANGERS 



FRANK 
traator. 



MELLOR — PAINTING CON- 
1126 View atreet,. Phone 1S84. 



K0BERT30.N. A. I.— BRITISH COLUM- 
bla Land Surveyof. 622 Fort street. 
Victoria. B. C. Telephuna L-1647. P. O. Box 

m. —.'■ •' 



CAitP,ENTERS. JOINERS, JOBBERS 



CAPITAL CARPENTER AND JOBBINfj 
factory, Alfred Jonea,^XlL /kinds • of 
alterations. Jobbing work, awj "S^fliucouver 
and Vatea atr«wi;. o^ca phone B20ir. Rea, 
F.;»9. . 



CAR ltlxVOE AND WA O9N PEALBB8 



MABLE. Wa.— IMPORTER 
Lachl'an buggies, traps; 



tcaten 
son Sv 



fur durab'ilUy. 
Phone 1338. 



OF MAC- 

cannot .be 

Warehuase 717' John- 



CLOTHES CLEANING 



C:j.E.NTS' CLOTHES CLEANED. DYED, 
T repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired and 're-covcrcd. 
Guy W. Walker, 708 Johnson St.. Just east 
u'. I^ouglas Phone L.12£7. 

~ " OENTS' 

repairing 

Uoyernment street,' 



WAH CHONO— LADIES' AN^D 
dry cleaning, pressing and 



on' short - notluo. 
Victoria. B.C. 



172& 



COAI, AND Wb 



B""o7' 



',^:^ 



GEO.— DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
wood and coal. Delivered to any 
part of city, at current rates. Phone Il2!l, 
yards. 73,5 Pandora, 

O TO J. E. GRICE TO aET~YOUR FALL 
ordera Wood piled in yard or lot be- 
guaranteed. In cords 



H 



EriRY ■RIVERS— PAIN'TER. 



ket atret, Victoria. B. C 
fully grven oh application. 



GLAZIER. 
, 749 Mar- 
Eatimatas , cheer- 



SEARS. 3: —^ PAINTS,r— VAiWWSHKS 
brushes: specialty of wallpaper, the 
newest' patterna, . Olve me a oalL Store 
1607 Douglas street. Phone R-1084. 

THE MELROSE CO., LTD., 618 FORT ST. 
utiJeilahe every branch of the painting 
and ' decorating buaineaa and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. , 

-PATENTS AND -LEGAL 



ROWXAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 

Attorney. Patents In all countrica 

Fairfleld building, oppoalta P. O., Vancau- 

ver. '1 , J ' W^ 



PLtTMBlKO And GASFITTINO 



COLBERT PLOMBING A HEXTINQ CO.. 
Ltd For , first class workmanship- In 

the above line give us, a ti?ial., Tetuporary 
office 765. Broughton St. Phone 662. 



AN. ATKINSONi t*LUMBl.NG. .STOVE- 
• fitting. 2644 Btancbard: phone PW 8 1.7. 



FOmCBT WARE. ETC. 



s 



EWER PIPE, 

Fire Clay, F'l'ower PoU. leto. B. C 
ifoad 



Pottery Co.. Ltd.. Cor. 
Bta, Victoria, B.'C 



FIELD TILE, GROUND 

PoU. leto. B. C 

Broad a^d Pandora 



_u 



HEAL ESTATE AGENTS 



lore cutting. 
>.r over. Tel 



Meaaute 
149. 



HALL 4k WALKER — WBLLINGTON COL- 
llerles Coal, C6mos Anthracite Coal. 



-Btacksmltha ' and Nut Coal spetilally 
pared, Tel. 83; 1232 Government St 



pre- 



L J' INGHAM, 
lb- ] 



J. & C(i. — OFFICE IBOS 
BROAD St. Coal delivered to any part 
cf the city at current rates. Phono £47, 
Wharf, foot of Chatham St. 



CCTHBERT. HERBERT & CO.— "BAR- 
galns Victoria Real Estate." Invest- 
ments, timber and fruit lands, .616 Fort St. 
Phone ICU). Cable address, "Cuthbcrt-'" 

ARRIOTT &" FELLOWS— REAL ES- 
tate. loans. Umber, miners and rentfila 
.Offices Vancouver, New Westminster and 
Victoria. 619 Trounce, Avenue. J'hono 64S. 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



\\ 



ANTIfiD -- ELDERLY PERSON TO 
luJk after h<iine apd taK» care of 
smsVil chtlilpr^n Appt^ between 6, p. i.j 



ni 



W'^^ 



30:1 Sayward avehiie. /Spring 
T© flil0^C . AF/TER 



TED — ^GlRf 
fchild, three yeara'old; sleep I 
51,1 SftpffTlor Btr.-ei 



A 

pply 



Yates 



ANTED - tilRlv- ^OiH MIDDLEAGED 
woman for country hotel. Apply 70-4 



Y\''-VNTBD— E.K 1' KR I*NCB» DR YO OODS 
>f saleslady, Hob)nawn'«_s!aah (ilore,, W.2 



Y«te8 street. 



Y\TANTED— A FIKSX, CLASS • IHUNKR. 
»T Apply VleltiVla ^tClini Dye 'WorkB, h4ti 
Fofl street; f- .';' S ' 



"VrOl'.NG ISINGl.lSir tiADY 
X rieldenl g<iefrni>»if gitl 
Ii. nuLsl'-nt an<l f'nYti 



'«amel 



NyANfLO Atj 
6 arid 7; must 
i Box 579. 



DRESS.MAl 
iippr<:nl 
.Mich Iff rtn 



K-IXiJ W■A^^•ED ASSISTANTS. 



AO. F. COURT ^•ORTHKR.V LIGHT, 
• No. 6935,' n^eets at Forester*' Hall, 



Broad atreet, 2nd and '4th 
F. FuJlertoh, aec'retary. 



Wednesdays, W. 



K. 

and 
'and 



OF P.. No. 1, 
Friday. K. of 
Pandora sir£%ts. 
8. Box 544. 



FAR WEST LODGE, 
P. . HatI, c^QX: Dougiaa 
i. L, Smith, K. of R. 



SONS OF GUitGLAND, B. a ALEXANDRA 
Lodge lis meets 1st and' 3rd Wednea- 
da'y. K. of P. Hall. W. Appleby. Foul Bay,' 
President i J. • CrltcUlay, Secretary. Sidney, 
B. e 



SONS OF ENGLAND, 
Lodge, A- O. F. 



PRIDE OF ISLAND 
Hall. Broad street, 
2nd and 4th TucadiU'i. President C. Pom- 
eroy, Victoria West. . SecretlU'y. W. Dawaon, 
Head Strec^t, Eaquimalt. 

Society'' irdB- thTe prevention of 
cruelty to Animala Office 121 :i Broad 
street. Phonea, lnap»ctor Ruaael. 1921, sec- 
retary L2343. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

POLXTRY 'AND UVBStOCK 



I.^^OR «ALI#'— TWO COWS AND A CALF. 
Apply P. O., William Head. Quadra 



Tj^OR SALE— 
JC . » buggy,, aij 



HORi^,. HARNESS AND 
In good condition, ch,eap ibr 
cash. Apply ' Redding Grocery. 



t'lOR SALE — F.VMILY DRIVINU-OUT 
Xl horse, harness and phaeton ; also splen- 
nd heifer. Apply 441 Gorge 



did jersey, cow 
rciad. 



^ 



Ij^OR SALE 
■ old, for 



cream 
Royal 



-TWO MARES, , Six years 
delivery or driving; Melotle 

separator. Apply P. W, Vogelaar, 

oak. , 



yV . aetter 
Apply Box 



TO PURCHASP, A OORDON 

pup; must be cheap for caah. 
4S2' Colonist. 



POTTS, HOWARD A. Q.— REAL- Es- 
tate, Financial and Timber agenta In 
business In Victoria for over t^eniV yeara 
office 63.6 Fort street. 



PAINTER, J. E. & SONS — COAL, WOOD 
aivd bark of .Ilnest quality at current 
rates. Try our new and specially prepared 
nut coala .Phone 536. . Office 611 Cormor- 
ant St. I 



CREAHBRIEB AND DAIRIES 



Uoyal dairy-~creamery butter, 
ice cream, milk and buttermilk; ra- 
liable for quality and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas St., or Phone 188i " , 



HEANEY, 
atreet. 



DRAY.MEN )/_,', ' . ■, 

OFFICII IB Wlt«ir» 



JOSEPH 
Telephon 



e ,1,71. 



"\7'ictobia truck 

V Telephone 18. 



AND 0|L4¥ CO.- 



DYE WORltS 



B. 



C. STEAM DYE WORKS— THE LAR- 
ge«t dyeing and cl»anfng works In the 
province. Country orders solicited. Tel. 
200. J. , f5. Renfrew, proprietor. 

AUVS STfiiAM DYB~WORks— 318 FORT 
•trcot. We clean, press and repair 
ladtea' and gen tinmen's garments equal l^o 
new. Phone 024. 

WORKS. S4T 

717. Ladies' 

cleaned or dyed. 

ELKCTHICIANH- »• II I < Tfftr SUPPLIES 



VICTORIA STEAM DYE 
Fo.'l Street; telephone 
and Gentlemen's garments 



rj">,OOT & TUS' 

tractors.' Mo;... l".iLi«. 
Phone A-1448. 735 Fort St. 



F 



ICAL CON- 
HiiitoUne e»glnea 



HAWKINS & HAYWOOO. 
St., •Electricians 



carried, 
attended 



728 TA'TES 
all kinds of' s'upplies 
nstallatlons and repairs promptly 
to; prTces modflrttte. Phono 643: 



V.\\V% OVMI-VT nt'HKAU 



w 



lIONB ,28. 



•<iLA.SH ANU (.1 v/,IM. 



TRACKSELL, A.NDERSO.N ft CO.— REAL 
, estates, timber loans, rentals, collections 
Orn<:es: Rcglna, Saak., and Victoria, B, C 
Office: 1210 Brond 6t, Pliofte 1T28. 



SAILMAKEkS 



JEUNB ft BRO.. SAILSIAKBRS. TENTS; 
awnings, camp furniture. Warehouse 
670 Johnson St. Phone 796. • ■ 



L<.KST O.V . 
Poodle 



L03T~(JN 
ernmont, 



STENCIL AND SEAL ENGRAVING 



GENERAL ENGRAVER - AND . STENCIL 
Cutter. Geo. CrowthW, t* Wharf St, 
behind Post OfOcei. ^ 



BAND AND ORAVBX 



B. 



C. SAND A GRAVEL CO.— FOOT OF 
Johnson St., Tol. 1.1S8. Washed and 
graded sand ; gravel for concrete worli. Ds- 
llvired by team or ou scows at Royal Bay. 

' shorthand" 



FRIDAY NIGHT BETWltBN 

Do'K' and Eaquimalt car, a gold 

• brooch In- form of Hbb«>n with a pin headed 

with, a pearl run through It. Finde'r pUnau 

return to C'olonlst and re.oelve reward. 

SATURDAY NIGHT—ON* GOV- 
Fort or Broughton street, 
small box contjtlnlng gtin raetali pena-nex; 
rieur de I. ye pafteni. Reward. Angus Camb- 
l>ell & Co. • , 

LOST— BETWEEN THB , CATHEDRAL 
antr Dallas road, via Michigan street, 
a put se ..ontaming a' $S ftlU and change. Box 
626 Colonial. ■ ' 

T OST— GOLD.BHOOeir .with" CROWN IN 

Co^lo lis?'''"*' '-*"^-*'^ *'•**'"'*■ '*-P'"y **^* '"^ 



SHORTHAND SCHOOL — 1109 BROAD "ST., 
Victoria. Shorthand. Typewriting, 
Bookkeeping, Telegraphy thoroughly taught. 
Graduates fill good posltlona K A;, Mac- 
millan. principal. ■ • 

— \ .. iiiii i i r i r' ii 'ij iii 'i I 

SCAVENGING ' ? 



K 



H.NES- 

dencH 



_ YAHIJS 

|4S8,^<,'Ook 



CLEANED. RESI- 
St. Phope 179!t. 



Vlfc-I-URI A SC A V E NO I NO 
1826 'Government ' Street. 
Ashes and ruMjIsh removed. 



CO,. OFFICE 
Phone £62. 



w 



NO 



OH, 170» 4K»rT ST, PHONB «*. 



STORAGE AND WARiniOCSING 



R. 



8. BYRN, 1302-4 JVriARF FT,, FOOT 
of Ynles: commission, storage, ware- 
housing, manufacturer's agent and Ijond 
No. JO. Phone 394. P, O. Box 408. m2B 



OTORAQB AND WAREHOUS INO— I li.Oiiii 
•O feet of floor space. Apply \^' AV l->u.'i- 
can, 635 Ypites. P. O. Box 



17A 



Illy. 



TEAS AND COI-FKES 



n-ERY 

Plate, 
kaded. etc. 

Street. 



E^ 



DESCnU^TION . OF GLASS — 
.Sheet, prismatic, ornamentm 
The Mdlrose Co.. Ltd.. 618 1 



il^OR SALE— ENGLISH 
pies,, six months' old 
Enquire on Gorge, tJ. 



SETTER PUP- 
LoWfcn property. 
Carroll, 



IXJBT AMD rOpND 



LOST FRO.M 
day, door/ 
flttlnKs. 



.MOTOR CAR ON BATUR- 

painted red. also pump and 

Fl^i'der plegSB ^^rtte P. O, hox ««5. 



Y\'ANTED_RE1.(aULB. NURSERY OOV- 
TT erness for iao little gltla; nfereiroes 



rt^qulred. 
Harvard 



Address Mrs. 
svenue, .N"Mr,th, 



R. D 

Seatth 



.Merrill, 

Wash. 



n*- 



YV'ANTKD- 
» V work. 
Ilnson' street. 



-A .0111 (.'V^R LlGlfr HOl'SK- 
Apply'lUi^noons. at 102.1 Col- 



YY'ANTKD— A COO^, J^AMILY QF TMREH 
V f, house ■ • '- ■ 



salary, 
city. 



xmaid kept, 
Apply .Mrs; BuiTiell. 



ihlldren: good 
I' y. Box -5 7 3, 



Y\TA,NTK1) .<'OMPmxr«>,V , .SI 
»» Invalid lady. .»^r*ply l'l'',(( 



P.SE 
Fort 



FOR 
street. 



YY*A.VTElt 
' V month. 



inuanSls. 
ai y t . o 



IMMKUi.V 
expert 



ai-( ustoraed .IM 
Apply Uox <i*><l I ohiii at 



• il. ■, )-Olt i^.\K 
ijjj.: iv;i:). c and awi- 
I . HI ill-, u iviiric, '1^1- 



YY^ANTED -EXPRRIE-M :l-:i> COOK; MirST 
».» havi- good' refereru i'». ,i\v.i In family: 
housemaid andwi>th«<y^ R«fp 
f.OI. . 



WANTBD— TO KEN'T. 



w 

dien 



ANTED — ONE HOrSBKBEPlNG ROOM 
ir small fuVnlahed cotttH(«-f- no chil- 
.State terms to Bo-t, 614, Colonist. 



/ -1 KNTLK.MAN 



Box 



DESIRES 
board" In refined family; 
580 Colonist. 



ROOM AND 
home comforts. 



U'a.nteh— iior.'^E rAiiLou 
alao treiuil"al , maids i.^)\ 
Ki'od wages to suit eimiabUlty. 



.MAIDS (21, 
good cooks; 



YY,'ANTEU~GIHLS for DRESSMAKING 
Vt with aoine knowledge, (city.) 

\'\,''A.NTi':i)*--SUPER10R 
»V (4) ilty. 



.MOTHER'S HELl 



TO L, 



-rUBNISilED ROOMS., 



Wn<f, I'OKTI.AND ROI/MS, 723 YATES 
striMt— Steam li'.al, running hoi and 
lold wnti-r and telephone In all roonis; 
tniidi rate. I'hone 2404. » , 



rno RENT-T 
-»• unfurnlahed 
purposes. (130 



HIIEE FUR.NISHED OR 
rooms tor housekeeping 
I'rlneeaa Street. 



rno UIC.NT— LARfUC FURNISHED FRONT 
• li'.iiaeln-eplng. roonia; ehftrio light ;^ga» 
liir CM, kill);. 1023 Pandora atreei. 



Ij^URNl.HHBD 
with bath. 



HOUSEKEEPING 
814 Fort street. 



HOOM.S' 



LIST Y01,:R HOirSEKEEPlNG 
with us; no charge until we 
a tenant. VVarburton & Co., lOOS 
ment street. (Upstairs.) 



ROOMS 
find you 
, Govern- 



i-MIUNT, MCE BEDROOM, WITH S.MALL 
alttlng-roDin, fire grate and hall; also 
i-rful ilti.heii with pantry. Rent JU>.5ij. 
|ox 562' k.'olonlsl. 



.arriJDENTH AND „TBACHBBS, ROOilH 
with or wll'hdut boat'd, near the High 
School; tarma moi)urat«. , Apply 1500 Fort 

street. 



1BTS GO TO THE 
J modern transient 



NEW 

ro»ms. 



SY^LV ESTER 
716 Yates St, 



rp'.»'' LKT-Fl'RNISM'El> ROOM, 

X family, modern, new house; breakfaat 



II desired. Tel. R2377, 



PRIVATE 
br 

J21 Michigan ntreec. 



rno LET— COMFORTABLE ROOvM. CLOSE 
X to town, board oplionaU teriiis -mdder- 
atn. Young English lady preferred, .\pply 
Box 4,64 Colonist. 



rno LET— FRONT BEDROOM, ELECTRIC 
X light-, Ukth, seven, dpitars jter month.. 
922 North Park street: 



1AIFTY trBIKTS 
- ' t»r Furnish 

wate^, 



7lr 



NIGHT— NEW SYLVEy- 
ed Roorns, with ru;inlni{ 
Yatea street. 



IY\,'^KL,L F.URLMSHED XROOMS. 
iT' housekei '''-•■- •■ '-'- 



light, hath. 



iilng rooms' 
.hut and cold. 



to- let; 
8.13-817 



A>SO 

electric 

Fort St. 



3309 



iJTANf^EY AVENinj, PHONI 

H'Hi41. Comfortably furnished 
jrooiua; board optional; terms .moderate; 
close, In; electric light and bath. Mra 
McAhdrew. 



rno 
X 



LET— COMFtiRTABLY FURNISHED 
front rooms with use of kltchun If re- 
quired, 321! Michigan street. James Bay. 

ISHBD ROCMJi TO LET, 414 MEN- 
es street. Two minute* from C.P.R. 



' lie 
wharf. 



TO BENT 



5 S3 



RBQlIlJlIBS ROOM IN 
private famll'r; home, comforta ^ox 
Colonist. / 



/ t E.NTLBMAN 

It 



YVaNTED IMMEDIATELY 
' * ladies, a furnished , or 
room In' neighborhood of Cook 
Box 5(iS tlolonlst. 



BY TWO 

unfurnlshe] 
Street. Ajiply 



U'ANTED- 
nlshed 
furnished 
Colonist.' 



THREE COMPLETELY FUR- 

housVkeepIng rooms or , small 

cottage; d&se In. Apply Box 596 



UTA-NTE'D TO 



1st ; 

S70 



unfurnished 
reasonable,' 



RENT— FURNiSMED OR 
small flat o^; cottage, Oct, 
Full partrculars to Box. 



■V[OTICE — NO SHOOTING 
1-^^ «'oal 



YVTANTED TO RENT— .MODERN BUNGA- 
'T low, about live roQmSi by gontlema'h 
and wife. Apply Jiox 564 Colonist. 



^ 1KRT1FIED Ni;R.Sf: WANT'S FURBISHED 
* ■> room, stovn or fu.rnace hi'at,; perma- 
prlce; phone. Apply Box 432 



n<nt; atato 
Colonial 



OUNO MAN DJiSlRES 
in private hoiise.. 



A room 
fok.nlsf. 



FURNISHED 
Apply, Box 372 

1 . ,>, . 



t 



ADY 



\V1SHES 

Ml' I, .',111 fimi^rti 



tbiil.Tia 10 fbi.x .I'lt 



ROO.M iWITH OR 
state terms and par- 

Cnlonlst. ' , 



TO LET— HOUSES 



|,j^URNISHED' 
X- , 4fy, *hear 



F33? 



CO'TTApE. GOOD LOCAL- 
8ea;'two miles out. Phone' 



[j^l'RNISHED HOi'SE TO RENT. WILL 



the ladies 
•Friday afteriioon 
address, " 



who called 
tu vl«U' can 



818- Flligilard 
again or stnd 



TO LET— <:-oTTAGE. TtiiHEB llOOMS, 
klteh,en, bathroom, electric light, gas; 
part cohtehts and nttlngs to be sold; two 
bUjclta ■ fr-om Empress hotel, James Bay 
side; low rent, 565 Colonist, 



fp K. I. 



Aiiiny Box 



POR 
X , in 



YVa.n;tei> 

» ' , maid, p 
Fernwowd R1.I 



A co3.ii'Eri%.\r 
lain cooking, {;'.., 



GENERAL 
Apply 15o7 



YY^ANTED— GOOD GENERA 1. 
» » at once. Apply 103 



SERVANT 

Johnson street. 



YVTANTBD — GIRL TO 
T' ■ tinusew-ork. / APPl.> 
1153 Tales street 



AKSIJ 
■S\:v 



•WITH 
Wilby. 



\\*ANTK1V— A 
VV -few hours 
Work, famliy ivf, 
washing. Apply 



c^apAbi.i: 
dally frtr 
three,* no 
1027 Fori' 



W O.MAN .' A 
g<nernl house- 
children; ' no 
itreei, city. 



Y\r^NTpi,>- 
TT ma'ker. 



Indies' 
Street • 



-AN EXPERIKNCED. SKIRT, 
also lmpr,,>\ 1 r for high r^asa 
tallorl-ng. Ferd, Ciutnker. 604 Yates 



WA^-TEI>— TO 
three 



•KEEP HOUSE FOR 
men. Apply 1137 North Park^ 
street, between tlte .houi a of 6 and 8 j>. m. ' 

W.\NTED— WOMAN TO sFpERIN'TEND 
conking, small family; kltchtm maid 
kept: good homp, 183 'olonlst 



WANTED—ASSISTANT NURSE FOP 
Kelowna Cottage Hospital, salary $30 
month. State (itiaiUleat'lans. • resdmonlals. 
experience and age. Apply to , accretary. 
Box «», Kelbwnii, B. C 



YY^.A^/N T ED— 'WOM AN 
V» baby and 'do li«) 



t'ND— O 
bdcksktjf 

st^>i?t. - • 

OttND- 



T 




t.A8 BTR'EET, ONE 
Apply at, l«i5 Douglas 



POLVfBR 
within on* wec^'k 
Meirtagerle. 'Saanlch Road! 



IF NOT CLAIMED 
will bti sold. The 



I' •-'•"^''' J'A LE YELLOW CANARY. r1» 

■'■■i, turn to 134S Fort si reel. Hewftrd.* 



BUSINESS rilANCiSS. 



Tj^OR SALE-i ONTKNTS 
X jvlll of rooming house: 

.*.72 Colonist,. , •. . '".' ,.', 



AND aoot» 

central; full. 



S.*-{0() "V^** .' ".'!*»«'** >mLVITtJRE 
V)?KJ\J\J hoarding house.' Ladysmlth, B,' C 

lease one year, rent only $20. 

Powell and, Flj-st iiveiiui^. Lail 



cor. 
'•sii.lMi 



,Qaden- 
B. <;. 

a"T''I';w 
thousand dollars lo take , a working 
interest In business. Apply Box 341 Colo- 

n^lst. • 



vv 



RANTED- -<3FF1i;E MA.N WlTII 



I3iOn3eR ^JFFKB & ", Sl'lCK MILLS, 
Hd.. I'embroko street, Victoria. Tele- 



i.bonn &ri7 



I^^OR SALE THE GOODWILL 

X ••ontent.s of a 20-rooni hoaid ami 
Inff hi, us.., locRleil within live 
Ihe i)osl ofriee; has a splendid 
and' la alw."-" '■■"•■ r,,-.^,iii|,.,|, 
oliportiiii'lly ,,,i,, lu ,,„(, 

of IniBlni'B , , ii','i3i 

Apjily H , 



A N D 
lodg- 

mliiutes of 

eolllXiCtlon 

A ,B|il<^ndld 

r^ fhiB line 

,ii,"il,I.- ■•1,(11, 



TO CARE FOP 
baby and do light housework;' would 
like her to go to jinrhloops for, wlnti>r. 
Apply 629 yVhdrew street, corner Jatnes, 
evenlnR»;,. Victoria "West. , 



YY7ANTKD-_A NURSERY GOVERNESS 
Vt Apply "Mrs. J; S. H. Matson. Mount 
Adelaide. Esquimau, between the hours of 
11' n.m, and 1 p,m. 



T" 



IRTY MORE SEWING AIACHI.VB Ot>- 



chlnes, 'Vlitht hour day, union wages. Be- 
ginners taught. App.ly Xurntjr Bcotoii, ft C<i . 
factory corner of Bastion and 'VVharf streets 
Victoria. , 



"rY/AN'KKD— DRESS.MA 

VV oes. Apply Jtfrs. 



Bpencf r's 



KINO 

Angus, 



APPRBNTI- 
Srd flobr 



HBNT— 81X-ROO.M HOUSE WITH 

(nodern eonvenU^neea vn Fori street, 

$20 month. Apply 909 Uovernmeut street, 

opalalrs, ^ ' 

KS^ju RE.S'T— two cottages, FIVE 
X rooms eat'^ ; exoelfent repairs; six mln- 
utts from illy hall, $15 per month each. 
A. Wlillaras & Co,, 704 Yatea street. 



rpo LET 

X able for auction 

ei 

TO ~ 
1 



GROUND FLOOR. SUIT- 
>iiin pr flour and feed 



LARGE 
>r auctii 
business; central. Apply Bj-c 5''' '.'olonlst 

LET — IMPO«tTANT, VALUABLE 
business position, spli&dld front with 
26 feet depth; light arid airy; suitable for 
barber shop or real estfai', — Apply 711 Yateg 
street, Brunswick Pool Tttall. 



HOUBBKBEPINO 
water, hath; 
N,'\,' S..'!ve8fer,. 715 



ROO.MS. WITH 
centrally I'lcatjd. 
Yates s'.re.t. 



rpo^ 



LBT-410U8BKEEPINO ROOSiS; 

wo bedrooitis and kitchen, 487 Betl- 
oprioslte C. P. n. Docka 



vljle street 



rno LET— FU 

X room lA'lth 

bath and telc^phonc. 
stre):t, James Bay, 



NISIIED. LARGE , -BBl 
use of diningroom, k(tcbcn. 
Apply 120 Government 
'No children.. 



FOR RENT — T'WO FRONT FURNISHED 
housekeeping rooms.' one as bed-sltlliiK 
roonrj. ot'hcr kitchen, gas cooker, sink hoi 
*nd cold water, etc., bath. $4 week. Barnea 
834. Courtney street, 

; WaNTBD— MiJBCELLANIEOnB 



JA.MES WAITB8, LOCKSMITH, FOUNDER 
of Waltva Bros., will occupy . pre[i;>lses 
-((44 Fort street about September 1, with new 
tools and stock. Umbrellas made, coveted 
and repaired; keys and lock repairing; valise, 
bail and suitcases r.epalred. 



(r 



INCRETB A.ND CEME.VT WORK, LOW 
prices for foundations, basement Hoore, 
walks and all, kinds of plain and ornamental 
cement work. J. P. Morris. 818 Fort street. 



Y\TANTBC=-EXCAVATINQ, WELL D,1G- 
' V ging and concrete work. R. Alexan- 



der. 



ing 
2&|0 Third street 



W'ANTED- 
VV self 



I!pi 



HOUSES TO RE.NT; LpTS TO 
and all kinds of second hand fur- 
niture, Butler can rent your house for you. 
so list with Butler at 901 Yatea or Douglas 
street extensibn. I'hone Rlfi28 and M1316. 



YY;anted-;<:olumbia river frying 

»» boat from 23 to 30 feet; with ir with- 
out power. Apply A, Llneham, 633 Yates 
street. 



U' ANTED — O.NE. 
K, W motor, 
K. W, motor no 
(Jjemlcal Co. 

■e^ — > . . . 



TWO OR THREE 

110 volts, also one .'> 

volts. Apply Victor!.!, 



YY'ANTED TO RENT— A 
'» by the month; will 



care of 
RI307. 



Apply 18 



GOOD 

be 



-.-.. taken 
Dallas^ avenue; 



PIANO, 
good 
phone 



rno RENT— OROU.VD FiXlOR. CENTRA 
X location, 2.700 feet floor space, mod- 
erate rental. Apply P.O. Bo.x' 682. 



LAST ■ CHANCE," I CAN AND WIKL 
prove' that •$100 will bring you $10.- 
000 a year In a safe, sound, honest Inveat- 

iiieiit; latest. ^Besl opportunity "on, earth; 

write quick for particulars. J.' R; Ryan, 
Sec, Sault Ste M*rle, Mich, 



rpc 



LET— RO 
to 710 For 



AND OFFICE APPLY 
trcict, near Douglas St 



miscbllaneovb; 



prosecuted. 



ALLOWED 
Island. - TriapaS'aers will, 
S. Fall-dough. .Sidney, B. '' 



"YY'^ANTED — A 
• ' V Ing clutch 



SBCO.VDHA.VD REVERS- 
fo« 20 horsepower marine 

motor also, bearings for 1 Si sbieift. Apply 

4 42 Colonist. 

mo THE ' ' 



TIZIfNS 
Names ani^ addresses 



in (A, ; 



YY"B HAVE MO.NEY TO LOAN 0><t EASY 
»» payment plahr You can borrow $1,000 
or 'more and pay Jt off at an avrraK'' Of 
$10.51 per. month per $1,000. if you are In- 
terested call and We Hjlll be pleased to ex- 
plain this plan of loan. Canadian Anierhun 
Realty l."o., 1204 Douglas street, phone 2161. 



MACHINE GONE WRO.NG! 
phone to Butler, 9'ol Yates and 
a^iexpert workman Will call and llx It for 
yoU ai a reasonable charge, i'hono R1S28. 



SEWING 
Thrfti' 



OF Vlf.'TORIAl 
wanted of pros- 
U.'^f pectlvo settlers and, home-buyers now llv- 
be ing. in British Isles and Chnada. Please 
send names to Vanoouver Island Develop- 
ment -League. B'S4 Broughton street, Vic- 
toria. Literature and full information 
Biin"to all names furnished. 

BAOGAQB PROMPTLY HAffDLED AT 
current rates by the, Victoria Transfer- 
Co.; Phone 129. ' Office «pen night and day. 

YY/ANTED— TO PURCHASB. OLD MA^ 
T V hogany furniturd. clocka. grandfather 



Un 



1;jROF. E. G. .>VICKEN« HAS HJiTURNElJ 
from his vacation and will resume hg- 
suns on and after September ' 1, at hia 
studio. 920 Fort street. .New students 
should make, early applkatlon. 



MISS GORDON, 
street, face 



.STEUART. 817. FORT 
massage, radio's' halr- 
dresslng, niarcel waving; electric and vib'ro 
hair treatment, combliufs milde up, phone 
2398. •" 



HANSOM CABS FOR HIRE. A.VD XlOIlT 
. phono 2504, Stand, Fort street. 

6 BUILDERS aI^D con T R ACTORS— 
^Thls Is to Inform you thai C. I'ederson 
\\ now excavating and rOck blasting, and ait 
oi;dei'S from you will reOelv.. his ownaFper- 
sonal atieii'tlon. Katlmait'if :,.. luSV Pan- 
dora avenue, phone L14ii7 



BULBS 
time 



T 



O LET-— A WELL FURNISHED COT- 
tage. ■' all. modern conveniences, gas 
range, piano. Apply Box 003, Colonist. 



TO RENT OR I-XJIt SALE— SIX-RO'OM 
furnished house, James Bay, rent 480 
month or for sale on easy ternts. Apply B(S», 
802 Cfelonlst. 

— - — , ^ 

mo LET— FURNISHED, NEW 6-ROOM 
X house ^^llh every modern convenience 
piano; tie. near Government buildings; $35 
n:onih. Address Sll Colonist office. 



LADYSMITH 
furnished, 



HOUSE. TEN ROO.MS. 

$25 month; c.irner Baden. 

Powell and First nvenu<\_j..adysmlth. B. C. 



CLEA/NER 
grates re- 

iiacked. Residence 2536 Blanchard street; 
■^ihiine 1,17 4 4. 

' 
S, EXCHANGE, , FOR TH E 
lal of needlework; , handleeuft 
•uud every branch of w<>mau's work will be 
held In the woman'a i>ulldlnt( at •ih.- full 
fair. LadlfS Interested 'may obtaln--luller 
particulars on application to Mra A. E. 
Rlehklrds. Royal Oak,' P. O 



rpo L 
X Hill 



ET- 
iBlde. 
H. H. Jones'. Room 
frnment street. 



..MODER.V 7-ROOM HOUSE, 

avenue, close to Douglas .street. 

20, Promts Block, Gov- 



rno RE.NT— THB lO-ROOH HOUSE FUR- 
X • rilshed' at- 14S6 Fort street, for six 
months or one year from St-ptember 1st 
Phone ,24H0: no small children. 



HOUBK TO RE.VT— 1712 DE.NW^AN ST. 
10 rooms with all raodrrn convenienc- 
es, large garden w*th flowers and vege- 
tables, twenty-four trull trees thirty dollars 
per month or would lease Jor one year. Ap- 
ply ~\'lctorla hotel. ' , 



BOOM AND BOARD. 



/^OMFOIITABLB, ROOM ANp BOARD IN 

V '' ■ I'OU'n't ry ' home, by the sea. I'hon<i_I'337. 



n'V-^ VOMy STREET— NEWLY 
«J0 ' nlfihed r<>oms and good 

! English ^^ooktng. 1 . ■ *^ . 



FUR- 
board. 



WANTED— DRBSSM A KINO APPRKNTl- 
ces. Apply , >t(ss McMttlan. 3rd floor 
Speneei"s 



BITUAXTONS 1VANTBD— MALS 



yOITN« MAN (»Sy.W0t7LD LIKE OCCA'- 
patlon for: sparw flifio. ' Three after- 
noons u \veek. 2 p. m. to 5 p. m.. niso-two 
tilghts If want>,d. ' Appl.V Ho'x" 8(J9 Colonlat: 



torPLK REQUIRK, W:oRK ON RANClf 
or other )>Msllly.n; idlae;jgti«ed. .OStl-Box 



c 

Colonist. 



\irANTED — pofiTiON as;. STOOK- 
'■ Ueeper.«t tjif'fki dtSi^ngftged. llox ^it 
ColonIM; ■ , . , / 



YVANTED BY YOUMO. nOT'PT,Ii>-.POSl- 
tV tion on ranch or "lit private home. 
Man, chauffeur or generar work; wife, K"f><1 
cook or managing hoiisekwper. Apnty Box 
B2S Cfrtrtnlst. , . T 



HKI>GKS AND 
all klndg " 
dress W. .Muiii 



LAWNS TRJMMRp A>'D 

I 11 work done. Ad- 
.Mindra' slreet 



•Vl^Ot-NG MAN WA.NTS ANT KIND (>p 
X work In evenlnsts tt*t«r 5 |>.,'m. ApiJlJ 




e,Ki., I 
photogrnpi. 



I . EIOffT YEARS' 

uiitnerclhl nful retail, 

iesB deslrei Bltuatlo,n. 



. lu 



J I '1111 H, 1 \ N \t^ 



1,1 1 



HARDWARK 



O 



t">RIOR. E 

1 agricultural 

,inhnson and 



ft CO. — HA It 1 1 
implements-. 
Government Sta 



l/^tAPT. C. 'J. BROWNRKWl. TIMBER 
' ^ '^ lands, mining. Office Imperl.Tl hotel. 



rnilB HICKMAN TTE HAnD^yARK CO.— 
■ i. Ltd.. iron. Jtoel. hardware, cutlery, SO 
nnd 84 Yates street Victoria. B. G. 



> Box 56,1 
UNDERT.VUIMi 



AMJ i..MB.\L.Ml.NG 



Be. FUNERAL FURNISHINO CO., 1018 
. Gov't St; Tel. 2236. .2238 ,2287. 2288, 



2239. 
Frea ; 



Soap Povrdcr dustni in Ujc bulb, s'jftrri^^s >.' » . 
""« water acd siisiiin^it** 4W 



Prompt attention. 
, A, Hayward. Sec, 



Chas. • Haywnrd, 
F. Caselton, Mgr- 



J. HANNA, UNDERTAKER — PAB- 

■ri^S ^ ' » • lors 112.) Yates St. Graduate 'I. S 

'^College of ^Embalming, i^'onlrnetor to H M 

Navy. Offlco phono 4S8. Res. phono 611. al 



rent % 
atreet. 



21 Slincoo slreet, 
AT T.ADY.'iMn ' ! 



^JPLENDID OPE.NlNO FOR A 
IkJ dustrlotis bliicksmtth and 



newly built shop 
person. For fi 

(.L.Dell.^ . 



InCIHKI 
W(.il(,(IW'.,r-\'-]', 
will be rented -to' III') rl,9ht 
partlctiiars apply to L 
Oak Dell, Park. 



I^^OR DRY AND LOT ON 

Slmi u,' str.et, block 29, lot 20 trlftngl.i 
Price $3,700. Apply 1709 Govt .St. 

— irr-Tflfs ..., — ,— ..1, I. . .,,,..... .,., , _,. „ , ,, , ., 



«hap«. 

Ad ver til 



e- in THE GOl!0Nlsr 



ehomlcals 
position. 



fTKADT ■\VORK: 



■,in,'Msi Til 
' (-'olonlm 

;.\ii.-n' ANf) A.'<H ' 

xierlencr lo H,, 

and nssny ofii, • s, \«. i.i,. ., 
Address 'Box' XYZ 'Colonl;- 



YVa.VTED — MARRIED 
» V room and board In 



KoomS and board in 
of the tdly; no uhnrge. 
Co., 1008 Obvernment street. 



COUPLE TO 
private home; 
evetvj- iHitnfort and eonyenlence. AddrMis Sti9 
<>'ol«nlflt ofri<,'e. ■ 

~ ' ALL PA UTS 

Warhurton ft 
(Upstairs,.! 



A.VD PLANTS — NOW, IS TiiK 
to order bulbs If yoL wish' your 
garden to be beautiful In the eyr,/ apring. 
Snow:dro|is. e'roicus", tulips! , daffodils. !ill.-s,, 
hyacinths. etc!]( Dutch, Japanese and local 
bulbs. S*^d l'< C. for partu-ulars 16 ,T. B: 
Woolslone, Beach House, Cudboro Bay, or 
P. O. Box 1029. 



VICTORIA WINDOW CLEANING 
pany, '721 Fort street, phone 
Contracts taken by week or month. 



CO.M- 
2491. 



YY7 A.NDERSON. CHI-M.N'EY 
VVt detective flues altered; 



AWO.MA.N't 
disposal 



clocks, coins, stamps, 
86 Johnston street 



etc ,A. A. , Aaronson, 



WANTED— SCRAP BRASS, COPPER, 
zinc, lead, cast iron, sacks and all 
kinds of bcUles and rubber; highest cash 
prices paid. Victoria Junk Agency, 1620 
Store street Phone 1836. 



ANTIQUE JEWELERY, DIAMONDS. EN- 
gravlnss and pictures boughl and boI<L 
Mra A. A. Aaronson; 85 Johnson street. 



PROPERTY WANTED 



rANTED— A LOT ON LINDEN AVE- 
huc; state terms; owners only. Box 

Colonist. . . 



ANTED'-FOUR 'I'O FIVE AURES QF 
bush land; must bo cheap: nclghbor- 
ho*d of Gordon. Head orCpi-dova Bay. 
Ha>inan & Ai>pl.lon. 584 Yates street. 



ANTED TO. EXCHANGE- 26 \ACRB8 

Improved Saanich property foT Vlfctorla 
property.: Pbon« B2319. 1020 Hulton St. 
oak Bay. ' 



W^ 



PBOPEBTY F<>B SALE 



®-inMONTHLY.^_liOMK.srrBr PRI.CB $200. 
qPJ-U 3 1-3 blocks from cars; $25 caah. 
I'embi^rton ft .Son. 614 Fort slre«t. ,. 



13.250- 



-SNAP. JA.MES BAY. BUNGA- 

low, six rooms, modern. :on 
ear 'llni-; close to . parliament bulldlngn, 
i.'rlee cut from .$.4,000 to $3,250, on terms, 
quiekly ; . must bii sold 
l'>nihtrli>n ft Son, 



614 



■ within two 
Fort street. 



Alt 
days. 



WE HAVE 
k<y -duplleallng 



TilE ONLY ELECTRICAL 
machine In Vic- 

toria for Yale and postoffico keys, Insuring 
a pet'fect fit alW«ya H. M. Wllsun, 614 
Cormorant. 



mo SPEAK FRENCH OR GERMAN IN 
X three months; impfovosnu^tii on Berllix 
free, 1309 Stanley 



method. 

avuoUf 



avupue 



Trial lesson 
phone R1641. 



LIN, FLUTE AND HARP— MR. DA.N 
Green (Late Sergt. Soloist, and teach- 
er, Royal Artillery String Band) land Lon^ 
don concerts, etc Desires, pupils,' 1065 
Richmond, avenue. 



BMOVAL NOTICE— B.C HARDWARE 

, Ltd,, have removed their farm Im- 
plements, buggies. Wagons, etc., to 733 
Johnson street, east of Douglas street 



K^ 



1200 ''' 



'JiR LOT. PARiCDALB:' |10 

monthly; $15 cash; 3 1-2, blocks 
from car; SO per cent has already, been 
made iiv Investors. Only two lots left of 
original R55. Over half of the two new 
bhKjka are sold. These are- the last ■ to bn 
had a( this price. Pembet;,ton ft Son, 614 
Fgrt. ,, 



"L'^OR SALE^AT COST 
-T miles from Victoria, 



PRICE — SI.V 
Fruit farm, 5-' 
a'Cres. 14' fleaced. 1.400 apple trees, 8 1-.' 
years; other vrtrlctios; • new house, six-room. 
Just completed; all convenience*: also ,goo,t 
gardens,' cottage, outbuildings. Er|gln, . 

i'rlce $I4iOOO,'$5,000 on « per cant mortgage 
four yi'Brs: balanci? arranged to suit. Apjjly 
Box 1005 post office. Victoria; 



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TUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RE- 
qulrcd for land clearing, logging etc.. 
Free trial. Prices and terms apply The Du- 
crest Stump' Puller and T06I manufacturers, 
466 Burnslde road, 'Vlctorl^t B. C. 



TIOAHD 
moderatfl. 



AND ROOM, 



162 MenKles 
post oftlCe. 



8ir.^et, 
Prices 



iTORNISHBD R0O.MS AND BOARD— 
eonifivrtablo home; best English cook- 
ing. 1021 Quadra street, close to Pandora, 
Street car line; n.v« jnlnutek' waik Iroiu 
uovernfneht street 1 phone lj(t,:0. 



H.OLLIB.S-*-756 
Tel. r.i6l«. 

mod«>raie. Miss 



COURTNEY 
Room and 
Hall. 



(LATE 
board; 



RAE) 
terms 



IS'f YtUR HoARD A.ND 
lis. Warburton & (M, 
.ment street. 



1/ 



ROO.\fS WITh 
14)05 Govern - 



SAXENHURHT. 517 qO'V^ERNMBi^'I 

Street, close parliament buljdlngs, under 
new manng^>roenl, Is place for -homo com- 
forts, also tnhle board: sura satrsfactloni 
Worth a trial. Phone 2441. . 



EOO.^^S 
ale, 
llOSlte 



AND HOARD, TER.MS MODBR- 
Angel Hotel. Langley str'^et, 'op- 

eourl house. ■' 



SVMMSI^ KEBORTS 



Dli&*P 
and 



bfvB. t;bWi:CHA.>i- BAt". iiOARD 

rooms avnjU'abla for fhb saltnon 
fishing season. Apply S, DIghteh. 

B~~UKNA VIS-TA HOTkC COwi7:li"AN BAY 
under new managenicnt, good boaiinit, 
hnthlfig and fighlng. Hotel carriage -,.•■■ 
I rains at Cowlehnn slalion. For terni!< 
1' L. Forrest. Corfleld P O . R v 



REMOVAL NOTICE- THOMAS CATTBR- 
all, buildirr and general contractor, has 
removed tb 9il Vurt struut. abuvs Quadra. 
T,«l. ' 880. 



GREEN HOUSES— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long ladders, steps, meat sate, dog 
houses In stock and made to order. Jones. 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory,' 1008 
Vanciouver and Yates straet 



>. FOB 8ALB— MISCELLANKODB 



^^. ODEhN 
Burnsid 



"\TfJDER.N 8TUMP~ PULi..ER, 
iVX manufactured: free trial. J. 



tOOl.-S 
Ducrest, 



Rd, Victoria; phone 1781. 



I^OR SALBf-C^HAFF 
h,or»e jiower, sound 
tlog, prize Winner. 



CUTTER A,ND 

bay horse, xJoJlle 

'ApOly Box 'Slfi CnlouisL 



1j"<pR SALE— <;AD1LLAC 80 1910 JIODBL, 
In good condition. 'Apply R. P- 
RIthet 8(. Co., for partlf.-ulars. 

OR SALt>— ■LAUN4.UI', 21 FEET OVER 
all; 6 ft. 6 in. beam; copper and brass 
fastened; hardwood flntsh. Apply 727 View 
street. ' • ',■ _ ■,;'''' 

' ' " ' ' 8WINO STAOE. 

stage ladders, stepa; 

Can see any time, 441 



13A INTERS— STOCK, 
paints, oil, swing 
cheoj) for quick sale. 
Kingston street. , 



BLOCKS FROM CAR. 
?00^ and $226 each; $l'ri 
cash and $10 monthly. We will drive you 
out at 10 a. m.. 3, 5 or 7 D- ■"• ""° ■**" 
them. Last chance to get lots there at this 
price. IVmhert on ft Son, 614 Fort; ' 

^HOAL BAY— LARGE LOT RUNNING 
down lo water, $1,60,0; $700 cash. This 
lot is 213 feet deep with 80 foot frohtage. 
Apply Box 614 Colonist. 



I>ARKDALE is 31^ 
Lots al $156. »?( 



S' 



|2,400- 



,— COTTAGE, FERN'VVOOD RD., 
three or four blocks, from 
cars; five rooms; very nicely finished; fuW 
sized basement: new nnd modern in every 
way. Price cut from $2,850 to only $2,400 
as owner Is leaving city,; $850 cash, bal- 
ance on terms. PcmlMTlon Ar Son, 614, Fort. 

C~OURTNBy .STREET- SNAP, 
o-n Courtney i;ind frohlage 
streets, malolng 240 feetXdeep on side 
$1:300; arrange terms. Pemberton 
H14 Fort street. 

Ij^OR SALE— CORNER PRINCESS AVE- 
nuo and Vancouver street, .flne lot, 
$1,250, also, the next lot facing on Vancou- 
ver street; $1,050; terms easy. Apply Own- 
er. Box 610 t^Olojjlst, J 




EUK IK A SNAP FOR $800 CASH OR 
»SCO on terms— A nice lot on Van- 
ooqver street, , north end. Apply Box 606 
Colonist' 



H^ 



TT^OR SALE— GOVERNMENT STREET— A 
-C decided snap. Lot 60x160.' ,Two 
)*lrjcjts front' parliament buildings, one block, 
from Beacon Hill park, Un ld«'al hulldlnt; 
site. Quick sale, $2,400. ■ ,E. C, B. Bag' 
phawe & Co,, 1112 Broad street. 

I''^R~SALE— BARQMNir IN I^TS~Tn 
Linden, How., nnd Hilda. atrentS, Iroin 



1 2 Broad 



m .' 



Ii^OR SALE-— t^HAPP 
horso mower, sounrl 
dog, prize winner. Apply 



CUTTER 
bay horse 
Box B46 colon^lst. 



AND 

qllii! 

n^l 



/"I i;.V— DOUBLE BARREL BY BESJ,' 

VT English ninker. In ' splendid condition; 



win sell 



Vpply Box .5 71 Crijonlat. 



L 



APNi,'li 



► UCKLAND PARK, \' 
' find, Se.islde sun, 

■1 i.,ites »1. 



UO pi'i- day. 



3(.),-H, P. E.N'fH.VE: 

In Kmiil •,r,.i,'r. Quick f<:<'|,-, < ,: 
would exi'liaiiRiW' for r>''il ••^titi,': t'li 
i,|v 1214 UouRlas Btret't, 

I,' , RLLENT PlANfJ, CHEAP 

' ■■ "aah; quick sale or by liiftall"' 
; red, Cull and investij^oxe si;' 
ivInKston street, James Bay. 



A!.r, 



FOR 



X III 



iKORCli: TOWN.HITIS— BUY NOW 
Kit the enain of the .jiualnciia 



r 

iihI 

property.' Prices $200 to $BOn. E. Child & 
Co., Room 9, 707 "ii Yates stre'et. 

Tu>E LOT ON QUADRA 
Imle avenue; no rock: till 

cleared; «'>''<!' »■>"■ Terms. Address Box 

592 Colonist. 



<nj < .rr/k .MCYS LAI 
t(p-t»>\/ „,.nr T.d 



( ^ M.EDONIA .WENUE. fcLO.'HR; TO BLAN- 
ehard street, 60x120 f,!et, J5.000; Br- 
,;,' terms. Look Into this It'a a snap, 
i . iiilierton ft' *on. r,H Fort glreei. 

ODBRN 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH FT.'R- 

corner 
Box 690, 



M 



Phono 1,'ian, 



— ICHQtriMAl.T ROAl), 
inlrn, lieaullfiilly sltiiat- 
i.ar line. ' Terms rtjoder- 



QlTli-ATION \VAN'TKI> IlY YOl 
,10 ried Englishman; life "hlnVinln 
of hnrseu or wnrehoniie; 
)ilni8«U gencrallv usetiU. 
Colonist. 



.NO ,\1AU- 

r; tare 

willlnif to male,, 

Apply, Box 52G 



VKTEI^IN.vnV SflloOT.S 



J-^OR SALE— (J VER 
eoHtuniea. hviTV 
.\pi>l.V Box 5S I 






lOp MASQUERADE 

foKl'ilraii complete. 



Ilrst 
Hny 



SALl, 
'"Glad.vg." IN 1.1 
I'lMsg condlllon. 
boat house. 



:l lOIIK, 

Apply 



\CH, TJIH 
almost new; In 
caretaker, Oak 



SAN F^RANCISCO ; i, i I , K 1 .-, A It Y 
le^e. Canilogue mailed (rae. 

Keanc, 1818 Market street, S.F. 



UI- I 

Dr. i filing 
inl«t 



SAFt $45; Window 

fooi_, counter, $10; 
cabinet $6; Apply to Box'4»a Colo- 



l.-^OR SALE— OOOD 

I display, ti.";: 20 



Kjngs i-nad 
Colonist. 



t and.. Third. Owner, 



T,,^OR SALE— (JUST COMPLETED)- NiCfJ 
X bungalow cottasfe. »lx roomn. two ii^i- 



j^OR SALE— (JUfeT 

JU 
Btalrs, unfinished; nUuated on Hank street, 
nt>ar Willows car line; has concrete wall In 
front: lot 00x136. Take a look' at It nnd 
see the owner. The price Is very reason- 
able and Ijas no agents commission In It. 
Apply 844 Johnson street, evenings. 



r1 nRl'0>,- 
,T g.'„d, 
per acre. 



HK,\D--\VE HAVE Kn.M R 
land In Roo,l pi-,»!i!ons nV ISrtrt 
Harman ft Applclon, 63t 'tales. 



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Tucadty, August 30,, 1910 



VICTORIA DAn.Y COLONIST 



19 



i 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING! ROYAL REALTY COWPANY 



I'ttOrKRTV FOB HAI-K — < ontlnucd. 

I^'^SyilMAl.T WATKHKKON r (SKAi i V, 
-^ arrr* at JS.flUO pci- lu i •■. HiiMium .V 
Ayplr'on, 53t Valfii. 

LOOK AT THIS -TU'K'A'IO IIUNDUKU 
ai'rri. pl'ftht inlli'S c.ui. m ihii'v main 
:'t>iicls: ii>ii arrVii i-li-ai'i'd. t.-rijoni lujiim-. 
I'urn»; j i;ii> 166,000, I'aa.v tv'rms. /VcJJi liiiiia 
propel tv 1.00 uii acre. Ho;. •) Jil,. Coioiusi. 

Ij^On SAI-K— 218 ACRES OF I^AND WITH 
lakfl and a larRi' dcpoglt of llmi-stoni' 
n nal.X'zlnij :'H p»*r cfiit i-arbtmui' wi Unit-, Thi- 
liropi-iiy fruiin un thr lO. i N, niUway 
nlonifilU'' of Btatlon and nrar to SiianU-li 
Arm. Mal'Tlul been tmlcd by FIbko ft. i."o,, 
l.ondoii. lOnsrland, for cfiiifnt. am' h.avn 
ihi'ir eertlHcatu for aamc Apply J- Wrlglea- 
woMh. 17 Mile Pfnt, K. & N. Railway. 

SN.Vl' l.i>T, Mh-IIKIAN STR1::KT, 40XJJ0 
ft ,t , hiKl'. ' i' '■ lln*'. n'U^ ( ;.-\ i>rn iTlf'n t 
bulldhiKS. }i>()U, liriiiB. Owner, liux 164, 
t'nloJiUl. 

EAB THIS — FOR SALE OFF THE 

Burn«lde road, clone to I'ortase inl< t 

and propoat^d lint*, 17 acred at }200, a «nap. 

Uolmeg, Uurnslda (frcenhuusos, btrawberry 

Valo. ['.O 



Rrul K'ulato, Inniininrr itnil Hnani-lal Asrnla 

('(invriTuicrr unci Notar.v i'ubllr 
IMionr i-Mi Bin Fori NIrcct 



$m() 



<H)(>U BlMI>in.Ni; SITKS 
AMl'JUpN .STRKET, 60x120 i 10, 



PORTER & CO., 

Huntnrwi It rv Iter* I 



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SMAif.l- FARM — SOUTH 8AA.NICH. 8H 
mllo» from ^■|clorla on main road, IS 
acri-*, pretty ili: roonird bungalow, rp<-«ntlj 
painted ln»ld« and out. «prlnir water on 
houae, barn». ilable*, five chlrkcn houses, 
too fruit trer«, 1,000 ■trawl>pr: lei, kltclisn. 
(ardrn, all ainati frulta, about aU acroa In 
oalB and peaa and aerdcd down to clover 
and graaa. liO ehlcki-na. dueka, three Incti- 
batora, broodera, good family cow and a 
QuanlHy of farm Im.plemcn t». A gonuln* 
going (juncern. $2,000 takea Immodlalo iioi- 
aeaalon. Price 17,000. 10 yeara to pay tbi 
balanco. Apply J. K. Colonial ofllco. 



MODERN lU'NOALOW, I'ri'ER. FOHT: 
eaay payments. Building' altes ovei'- 
looklnst i)B.)i Hay Iru-ome property near 
DoukIbb. Apply Owner, 1019 Douglas; 
Room 1. 



ON HOI-L,AND AVENUE. FIVE ACRE.S. 
partly cleared; good aoll; 3-room .rit- 
tnge; good well, a few fruit tree*; near the 
school: ti.OOO; half, cash and.' ternia Apply 
Box 5B4 folonlst. 



/'<OR r,B WAT ERFRONT — VERY SMALL, 
vT house, nicely furnished. 1 Vi acres of 
land, nicely treed; price $3,000. Harman & 
Appleton, 534 Vates street- 

otT alderman .road, close to 

.Burlelth gates, JBOO. Harman A Ap- 
l>leton, 534 Yates. 



Parkdale ho.mesites for »10 
monthly. $JB cash, J200 per lot. Under 
cultivation, 50 foot frontage, 3 «/» blocks 
from car Wc will drive you out at 10 a.m. 
3. 5, 7 p.m. Pcmberton & Son.. 614 Fort, 



^'^OR 8.\I.,E— 11'. ACRES WITH 



360 



-L' feet of the best waterfrontage on 
Portage Inlet: no rock: 8 Vj acr<>s cleared 
Trice for a tew days only, J6,000; H cash. 
Apply to J. W. Binlott,. Strawberry Vale, 
phone R240. 



property and good farm with excellent 
■hooting and tishing; 1*0 acres. .Somnnos 
District, 1 »x miles from station; 15 acres 
dearf'd, part under cultivation and part 
roush pasture; 1 Vs acres bearing, brchaj-d. 
good garden with strawberries, etc.; com- 
fortable s-room house, prettily situated over- 
looking lake on property. ■ with 1/oat and 
boathouse; spring watei- laid Into*hou8«; 
t'^o barns- with horse and cow staBllng;, 
pig house. Ave large poultry houstrs with 
granary ajid incubator hpuae, tool hou8«; 
and other' outbulldintra Address Own^-r. 
Lakevlew Farm. Westholme, E. <k_N. Ry. 

nTORiTH l9.000"~BUT~w'lLir SEi.,L~~F7m 
$6,000 and tej*ms, owing to leaving 
< ily, one acre, highly ' cultlated ground 
.'with splendid 6-rodm house, pantry, bath- 
room basement, wood sheds, .stable, chic- 
ken house; all small fruits, ;;3 frtiit trees in 
fun bearing roses and ornamental trees, 
on car line. Apply Bt)T 53S Colonist. 



|(^on KALE — FORTY-SIX MILES FR,0»1 
-L Victoria, on K. & N. Ry., as a (folng 
concern, (.horoughly good farm, -35 acres, 
bottom Ishd, under cultivation and pasture; 
atock and complete line of Implements and 
tfbis! house furnished or unfurnlslied F^or 
I t^ll particulars appl y Box 502 Colonist. 

I^-'OR SALE OR f:XCHANGE FOR VAC- 
■4- ant lots, new 5-room 1 ',i -storey house 
With halt acre of ground, on Beach at 
shoal 'bay. T'ricu J4.500; terms. G. Man- 
iiifig, Mundays Shoe Store, Government 
Street. . . ' , . 



KKAX. XSTATB 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 



Ksam 7. Mahaa Ulk. 



1111 Gorernment St. 
T.l. Ill I. 




A (iRI.'^l OK SIjTArS 
*K1 fUy\ PI RLH-.VSES TWCi LOTS ON 
•IP 1.1 "HI Edmonton R(jad, first claas 
If sir). _nt 1h1 prfjiperty, 40xlaul each. 

U»/:»y\7A— CORNER LOT. p'ERNWOOD AND 
r!p\)Uv7 Edmontori^j ' 

OUSE AND TWO LOTS. 



$3,()()()-'^'^^' " 



$400 



—FOUR ACRES. SHAWNIOAN 

lakP. 



CITY BROKERAGE 

Itlt Douglas St., i>pi>'s>'>' .VlcrLlvants Bank 



OUR SPECIALTY IS HOUSES 
(Call around and see our wUidowi) , 

yiJR HAVE JUST Had Lisn-ED WITH us 

' V two Iot» on the Esquimau road run- 
ning through from street to street, 50x210 
feet, both entirely txe(: of rork. One lot in 
orchard.' These iotii are In a irood locality 
and are -worth your conslde-ratlon : three 
years to 'pay for them if desired. They are 
both yours for tt,SOO. 



~ HEWLINGS & CO. 

Il«» Broad Straat. I'hiMi* ITS*. 

$0 f\rif\ — C^ORNER LOT. OAK BAT DIS- 
^,\J\J\J trict,., 120x100 feet. (1600 cash) 

FOR TWO CORNER LOTS 6s 
car line. 



Sl,500 



Q i\(\(\ ^'O"^ HOUSE AND 1,«4 ACRES. 
0,V/Uv/ Victoria Arm (Pprtage Inletj; 
Rood view; good well of water. 

/^ OHDON ItEAD ROAD — 2.3 ACRES, »70( 
KX per acre. 



1% rONTREAL STREET. HOUSE AND LOT 



$2,800. 



eg 4 Kf\(\ — saan^ch district. 

i!P'±,0\J\J acres with small houi 



(UltlvatJ'd: 



FOR 2t 
se. pertly 



1 fi/'l-^AORES, SPROAT LAKE, 40 CHAINS: 
XOV/ waterfront, $70 per acre, 

C^ITV PROPERTY; GOOD l.VVBHTMKNTS, 
J . on Douglas. Johnson and .yates street. 



LEE AND FRASEa 

Real Kstate and Initiirnnce AgcDts, Tiouncc 
Avenue. 

» 

m J,-'rir\ -WILL PURCHASE A SIX 
«3p-3r»)' 'U roomed, modern house on Clar- 

enf-e street. , 



ONLY, FOR, TWO .GOOD LOTS 
on Montreal utrect. 

-FOR A FIVE ROOMED "cOT- 

In. on Cotllnso'h St. 



$1200: 

iJfJiitJ\J\J lage. closi; I 



,f!i //A/^/» WILL BUY TWO LOTS ON 
iir''l:UUU' Kingston street, a good buy.- 

-__„__«__,_-______^— — - - 

mf-7),'Tn ONLY — FOR A SEVEN ROOM- 
ijp«_)— «JU ,d bungalow on Mcn(l««. WTtet. 
Modern in fvcry respect. 



(ff"-"/W\ •■i)\\-.\N AVE. 50x105. (125) 
(STTwk . ■■ ■wTi'-HAN AVE. 51x125. (M3,i 

moo 



— OEDAU HILL RD. 50x120, l298) 



u>/»~/i--nrcHi';s.s st. toxizo. (3B) 7" 

ij>/fr'i\ - -111 .NSMI IH STREET.'', CORNER 
f|PUt>V' lot. (15li) 

(»}t-Y\/]|— FOURTH STREET. SOxlSO. (H6l 



$800- 



-FOUL BAY RD. 63x120. (Is'l>!) 



(»'-nA— ORAHAM STREET. *0xll2. (J30> 
-HOWE STREET, B5xU5. (»4) 



fioo- 



L'.~:t A—KING'S ROAD, 50x100. (221) 



$7:^0- 
S75(r_ 

11000 



-KINO'S ROAD,. 64x110. (241) 



-.MOS» STREET. 60x129. (290) 



-MONTEREY AVE. 60x1.20. (2!l«' 



-PRIOR STREET 50x120 (242) 



TTfr— BASIL AVE. 60x120. (149> 



$575 



BRITISH AMERICAM TRUST 

coMi'A.w, i.ri). 

Corner Brond and View Street*. 

THRHJB-ROOM COTTAGE ON 50x120 FEET 
iot, fenced; one' block from May street 
car line. Price $750. 



LARGE PIE<"E OF GROUND ON FORT 
street (over 190 feet frontage). Price 
$9,600; eas y terms. 

OING UP!— WE WILL SOON ADVANCE 

our price on our unsold lots in Fairfield 

Estate. Present price $660 efl^rh on Xoas 

street, and $560 on Howe. Terms over two 

years. 



SCOTTISH REALTY CQ._ 



Room 1. Cballoner Block. Tata* street. 
paxt bank. Phoo* 1401. 

TWO SPLENDID ACRES. OAK BAY. 
near hotel. Will subdivide. Very 
cheap and eaay terms. Fine oak trees. 



BEAUTIFUL NEW HOUSE ON THE 
Gorge. 11 rooms, modern in ev^ry re- 
spect, with ^'O large lots. Price $11.500. 



"QA/I ACRES WATERFRONT ON COWI- 
«)UU chan bay. SO acres under cultiva- 

tion: half mile waterfront. Price $25,000. 



"1 QQ ACRES WITH KALF MILK WATBR- 
J.OO frontage on the Kokallah river; 

six acres unde-r cultivation; 80 acres slashed 
and seeded to clover. Price $6,600. 



HiMKSON SIDDALL & SON 

r. p. Box 111 N»w Gran* Tb«atr«.Uulidla». 
TaL •«». 

i}(\f\ ACRES. GOOD FAR-MING LAND ON 
*^V/U. theSooke river road, mostly cov- 

ered with Alder, some spruce and fir. Price 
$4,500. 



FIVE-ACRE LOT. SAANICH ARM. NEAR 
Mill Bay. $626. 



A. WILLIAIVIS & CO., LTD. 

i iate* Street, Pboae 13«t. 

10 



$3,200. 



ACRES FACING ON MAIN ROAD, 

seven miles from pity. Very cheap. 



$;5500 



(iovemment 



.•^KN'KN-RtX >.\l HOI .-^K clN I,()T 



mat I-) rf 
kIM -f(lKt*'l pr<ipnail Imii 



•ii-;\v STHKi-:i 

In. J_3,.'iOO, 



-Il.l-^NDID LOT, CLOSE 



(ff'V'TAn .MAKES YOU ' 
<lPOc)Vl.r or a ranch. 



THE POSSES.snu 

Ix Hcrea; good 
house iind barn, only fii\ir rnlleg from town. 



•"^ITY LOTS AND H 1-;S1 DEN'-KJ^. 



y 



SHaW REAL ESTATE CO. 

Phono 1094 707 Vi Yatea Strtet 

BUSINF/SS PROPERTY — IREVENUE I'Ho 
duoing, betwpen' Governnieni and 
Douglas streets, «0x24i), fronting on two 
streets. PrJce $21,000'; terms. ' 



"V-EW A.NP MODERN 7-ROO.M HOUS,B 
-1-^ with basement, piped for furnace; lot 
50x166:, close to Fort street, and Oak Bay 
Junction: splendid Rituatl'dn. Price $5,600. 
An.v reasonable terms. 



\\ 



.VNTBD— $4,000 LOAN; GOOD 8ECUR- 
ity: current, rate of interest. 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Kaiate. Insurance, M.pney to Loan, EtOu 
Pbona 1521. Law Cbamb«ra Bastion St. 

Iij^AR.M LANDS— IMPROVED, WILL E.X- 
change good farm* In Manitoba for 
city properly. Several Victoria homea for 
sale at ''reason able prices and lerma 




n 



F. O. E. 

Members of Victoria Aerie No, 1-2 
F. O. E,, take notice there will bi" a 
special mpettnjr held Wednesday even- 
Injr. August 3l8t. at 8 p, m. 

Purpose, initiation and reception of 
Grand Trustee. 

W. H. P. SWEENEY.. 
• Worthy Presiaent, 
(Attest) J, M. HUGHES, 
K'ectretary, 



ENJOYS RECALL 
OFWESIERNDAYS 



CITY OF VICTORIA / 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time lo time, will be foun(3 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



Colonel Roosevelt Mixes Again' 
With Cowi3oys and Indians 
— Genuine Wild West Day 
at Cheyenne, ' 



NOTICE OF DiSSOLtJTION 



TAKE NOTICE that the partnership 
heretofore stjbslsting. between 8. L. Wil- 
son and J. Kennedy at Victoria, B. C. 
under the style of "Th* Victoria Gar- 
age" wa« dissolved on the 2Qth day of 
July, 1910. and that the said business 
will in the future be"'carrled, on by S. 
L. Wilson to whom all outstanding ac- 
coiints are payable and who will be re- 
sponsible - for all Jlabllittcs In connec- 
tion with the said business. 

SYDNEY U WILSON." 

J. KENNEnay. 



n6tice. 



20 



LOTS AT $260 PER LOT. HIGH. DRY, 
fine view, good land. 



SEVENTY ACRES. WITH GOOD COT- 
tage. stable and chicken house, only 
seven miles from city, good roads, good wat- 
er, nice' location, chefep $4,000. , 



17ARM— 34 ACRES, FINEST OF SOIL, 
JU cleared, under crop, good house and 
outbuildings, considerab?* stock, (our miles 
from city, |15.000, good terms. 



THIRTEEN ACRES, FINE. SOIL. NEARLY 
all cleared, nice new house, goof, , out- 
hutldlngs, good orchard, a bars&ln at $t.tOO. 



E.HENDERSON & CO 

SrlT^ater Block, Room One. 711 Yates Street 

ACRES OF GOOD LAND IN CHOICE 
part of Manitoba, near church and 
school; one mile from -town; price $20 acre. 
Will exchange for city property. 



160 



HOUSE AND TWO LOTS ON QUADRA 
street; fruit trees and all modern con- 
veniences: w.tU seU at a reduced price If 
taken on at onc e. Price $2.750. 

OUR LOTS IN NEW DIVISION. CLOSfi 
In and near high school i at $S60 each.' 



F 



C. H. RICHARDSON 

fll5 Fort Street. Rooni 1, I imtairs 

'A SNAP lis' REAL ESTATE 

MOSS STRBET--NB.AR DALLAS ROAD, 
eight lots en block, j Three lots fac- 
in«r .Moss street, three lotd facing Point. 
avenue; two Iota facing CIdver street, 8l»e 
of tots 54xl<fR, each. | . 

These Vo'is »r.e situated on the high 
groun.d near DKlIaa road; water pipes sre 
being laid doWn. Lots on I.ln<len BvenuVj 
in the same vlcinHy being h^lfl for $1,500 
to $2,1*00 each, i Pricr for the block of eight 
lots ,$4,400, ,av<*ra«ln« $r)50 apiece ;, terms, . 



THE CAPITAL, CITY REALTY 

(O.MP.WV. 
Real Kslnle Ilnanclal and lDsnran<*e Agents 
I'hoae •ilea BIK Yates street. * 



In the Supreme Court of Brltlili Colum- 

Ma. 

In the Matter of Charles .>l<^Kernan, 

Deceased,' and In the Matter of the 

Official Administrator's .\ct. 

Notice is hereby given that, under an 
order granted by the Hpnorable^ Chief 
Justice. , dated the "24th day of August, 
A. O. 1910, 1, the undersigned, was ap- 
puintbd admrnistrntor of the estate of 
the aboye deccaseii. AH partfea having 
claims against the said fstate are re,- 
questiid to send>< particulars of sam^ to 
tne on or before the 2*tli day of Sep- 
tember, 1910, and all persons Indebted 
to the said estate ■ are refjuii*«d to pay 
such Indebtedness to me forthwith. 

Dated at Victoria, B. C this 28th 
(lay of .August, 1910. 

WM. MON^TEITH. 
Official Admlnlstrartor. 



NOTICE 

In the Estate of Thomas H. Towers. 
late of Victoria, British Columbia, 
Deceased, Intestate. . ^ <■ . 

All persons having claims against the 
deceased are^ requested to aenH partic- 
ulars thereof, duly verified to the un- 
dersigned on or b'efore the 1st day of 
■September, 1910, after which (iate the 
administratrix will proceed to distribute 
the assets of _ the deceased among the 
persons entitled thereto having regard 
only lo the claims of which she then 
haa notice. 

Dated thia 29th day of July, 1910. 
OLIVE M. TO^'BRS, 
651 Helton A-ve.. Victoria Weat 

Victoria, b; C. 
Administratrix, 



CoapanlMi/wiaaiBtr Xtp Adt, ISQf, 
NOTICE 



|.-<1VB LOTfi--TOLMIB AVENUE, Hlt^H 
1 , and 'di^y. You can't beat.Lhejii at $4S0 
each: *IO(i down; $15 per month. 



Filial meeting pursuant to Section 39 
to be held at the office of .T. G. EiUott 
on the 23rd day of .^.uguBt at the hour 
i of 3 p. m, to receive report and pa.iis 
account of Liquidator of th« Stuart 
Robertson Company, Limited. 

A. STUART ROBERTSON, 

.s^Llquldator, 
Dated at Victoria. B. C. thle 2l«t d»y 
of July. ISJil,^ — 



Births Marriages, Deaths 



DIES. 
COLLrNa— On the 28th Inst., Mrs. Mflr- 
. garel Colltirs. of .^vHJon Road, relict 
Of Thos. Golllns 

I''%nerHl. will take plaCt* tomoin^w 
(TtStsday) at 8:3fl, from St. A,ndrey's 
church. .j' " ... «J 

f-'riends plealne att6ept this Intimation: 



( ■ II h; ^ K .N N I':. Wyo., Aug, 29.— "I'm 
lu'ii' to siH- what you fellows can du 
oil tti>' liur'rifaiK- doclt of a broncho," 
The'><l'>re ^RoosevtMt said .here, as a 
Kroiip of cowboys, the liardest riders 
hi the wi'st, gatht-rt'il about htm, 
niouiuoil OH their horses. Got. Roose- 
velt suw all thttt tile wilcl west of to- 
day had to show hltn in the/"way of 
deeds of .skill and daring, "we said 
that the spirit ol the weiit %*»\is still 
alive.- ' ■ . ' ' ' . 

.\« Col. Roosevelt walelied the cow"- 
boys at their work, heard the Indians 
yell and saw the fi,>ntlllnr._aiglit» "' 
more than tweiiTy years ago, when 
he Was a plainsman, tlie 8|>lrit of it 
all came over hltn again and he 
cUiuUed down from the flag-draped 
reviewing stand and iriounted a big 
white horse. He galloped around the 
half-mile track at Frontier Park and 
past the crowded gra-ndstand, while 
cowboys yclied, Indians gave their \yar 
hoop and the rest of the crowd Joined 
in a trementlous shout He dismount- 
ed Hl'ler a lap, smiling his delight, and 
went back to his i)Uice to see the rpst 
of the fun. . 

There was ho formality about 
Roosevelt Da..v -at Cheyenne. Every 
cowboy Who had. drawn a day's pay 
was tKere. There were thousands of 
them, with ^ good many e<jwglrls. 
They came on hprsebnck from scores 
of miles around, some of them frorn 
points hundreds of miles ajivay. The 
streets were thronged vfi^h men arid 
women, and horses In thoir i>*ctur- 
escjue attire j>f many colors. "■ There 
were a great many thousands of other 
persons, eastern tourists and the 
tradesmen and plain farmers of the 
region. \ut they got little attentloji. 
It was tree day of the old west. 

theVlocal markets '■ 




/^ 



oAircz:i<x.ATioN of resebvx:, „ 

NOTICR in tinreby R-lxeii that the Uc- 
ser\e exlMtliiK i"i crown luiiil.-^ l:i the 
vicinity of Bahliio Lake, and situate in 
Ca.sfcliir iJlbliict. , notice of which biar- 
lii(i (lute Jutie 30tli, 19US. wtiif l>ub- 
Usiied In the Britisli Columbia Oiiaielte, 
datuli July ind, lUOS, Is cancelled. 
ROBERT A/. RK.NWICTC. 
Deputy Commlss^oiier of Lands, 

r^ands Di-partmoni, Victoria* a, C, 
June '16th, 1910, :■:.--, ;:;' ' ' '. , 



c^^^ 



lb. 



reedstuti;*. 

Bran, per 100. lbs. ..-■.. 

Shorts, per 100 lbs 

JHIddllngs, per 100 Iba 

Oats, per 100 lbs 

l^eed W neat, per lOO lbs-., 
t 'rushed Oats, per 100 lbs 

Barlfi^. per 100 lbs . , 

Crushed' Barley, per lOfi Iba 
Chop Peed. per.lUO lbs. .. 
Whole Corn, per 100 lbs . 
cracked Corn, per 100 -Itis 
Feed, Cornmeai. per 100 Iba 
Hay, Fraser River, per ton 
Hay, prairie .......: 

Eggs—. 
Fresh Island, per doxeii . . . 
Eastern Eggs,, per dojien . 

Cheeee— 

Canadian, per lb. 

Neufchatel, each 

Cream, local, eactt ......... 

Butler — 
Alberta, par lb. ........... 

Best Dalrj , 

Victoria Creamerr. par Ih.'. 
Powlchan Crrakinvry. per IlK. 
Comox Creamery, pe^ lb.' 
Sail Spring Is Creamery 

Flour. 

Rjoyal Household, a bag ..... 
Lake of the Woods, a bag -. . . . 

Royal Standar-d, a bag 

Wild Rose, per sack 

Robin Hood, ;ier sack ...... . 

i.'algary. a bag . .\ . . 

Showflake. a bag .....>. 

Drifted Snow, per sack 

Threee Star, per sack 

Moffet's Best, p«r bag 

Beef, per ilk ■.'•..«•• 

Mutton, per lb 

Mutton, Australian ..,.••..... 

Veal, drcesed. pur lb ........ 

Geese, dressed, per lb. .....,; 

Chickens, per lb 

Chickens, per lb., live walgtit. 

Ducks, dressed, per lb 

Kama, per lb 

Pork a. .,..,,• ...-..•.•*.•••• 
Vtvll. 

Plums, local, per basket . , . . . 

Peaches, per box 

Grapes (Cnl. i per basket.... 
peara (C*.t )' P»t baox ...;.... 

Apples (Kal.) per box 

Apples (local I prr l.m 

Onions. 6 Iba '. 

(.■aullflower. each 

titm. table, per lb. ......... 

(.emons, per doscb 
Oranges. Naval ■...., 

'fianaiiaa 

Oreeii Peaa. -J Iba .... 

Apple*, per box 

Grape Fruit.- tCal.) . .., 
Urape Fruit. iFloyjila) 



1 40 
1.60 
170 
1 65 
4.10 
1 71. 
1.60 
I.«0 
l.»'« 
1.S6' 
t.93 
1.90 
24.00926. Oe 
It. 00 

.46 
.16 

.1* 

.1* 
.!• 

:*l 

.119. 2* 

.M 

.40 

.46 



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$ : 00 

2 00 
2 00 
' 2 06 
1 '.'i 
1 »0 
I.S6 
1.71 
1 7i 
1 ft 



.OtO 2* 

.U« I* 

'.il«.2« 

.16<f.ll 

.2atf.2« 
.3t«.*0 
.IIHV I< 
.20«.2t 
.ISO 2« 
.UQ.tt 

1 26 

.fOUl T6 

i 60 

J 60 

1.60,&;i.00 . 

.25 

.5fl iO 

.«• 

It. 

.mo $0 

.U«.4« 
.2* 

t.»»<r>i 60 

UO 12H 

.10 



NOTICE. 

The Miinli'ipal Coiiiicll of thf forpor- 
alloii of ihr ('lt,\ of Clclorlii liavliiK de- 
Ipriiiinid t)iai it l-^i rieslrable: / 

1: To urade. ylriun und pave With 
u.sphiiU I ;ov f rniiii-nt .•sir>'et., from I^We- 
vllle street to Mk'liijfan street, and tu 
con'HtriKl lic..ul>-\ al'ils (Includiiif; Mnalii- 
teiiance) .'mIl ;inil KUtli-rs, on- IJotli 
Hides ul' '.imI ■■ireci i. lietwee.u Huperlor 
Klreet ami MUiilKan Hlrcet, lnclu,dinK 
the reCoiiBiriutlon of gutters (in 'both 
slde.s of said stree^, between Bel!e\'llle 
Ktreei atid Supf-rlor street at^d the coHl 
of lateral connections to sewers^ surface 
drains and water .maina, and tnuvtng 
lioles If necessary. , , 

f^ L*; To grade, drain and. macadilmtze 
■v^lth bitumen CJoventment . street be- 
tween .N'lagara street and iJallas r(?ad, 
And to Construct gutters on Ijoth sides 
of said street,, ineUidlng the cost-'of sur- 
face drains and sewer connections, and 
water main, and moving of poles, if 
necessary; 

' S. To wMen sidewalks and to bon- 
struci ctirhs and gutters on both sides 
of Vates Bli-eel between I>»uglaM street 
and Blanchacd avenue; 

"i: To construct curbs and gutters oh" 
■both sides of Quadra street from 
Blanchard avenue to Pandora aveinio. 

n: Tti pave with asphalt Vancouver 
street frorn Pandora avenue to tlie 
south line' of Burdette avenue (road- 
way 32 feet wide) including cjost ' of 
sewer, surface drains and water later- 
als; 

6: To pave with' bltnnious macadam 
Vancouver street from the south Hld*> 

of Burdette Avenue to Humboldt street i, ..ij._~ t„„',„. ,„„...' ,.,.^ =* ♦*,« iia 
(roadway 32 feet wide; including costl^^^^'"*' ^^",':''?r'^\„^'!'[ *^:A1?- 
of sewer, aurfa<:e drain and wat.er later 
ais: ' 

7; To grade, drain and pave w'iJh_ 
asphalt Fort street from 'Vates street" 
io fit. Charles street, including cost of 
gulters on bOth sides of said street, al 
so aH .necessary connections to ^ewers 
sU'face drains 'and water malnli. 

ig. To pave Rockland ( avenue with 
asph'alt. between Vancouver street and 
Mcias street (rpadway 30 feet wide) and 
to construct curbs, gutter.^ and bou'le- 
varils on each side of Rockland avenue 
between Vancouver an,d Cook streets. In- 
clijding cost of sewer and 8Urface>drain 
laterals. - 

9: To pkve wiitj asphalt Richardson 
street (roadWay 26 feet wldf between 
cifrbisiand to construct boulevards -on 
both sides o-f said street Including cost 
of seWer and surface -drain late'rals. 

10; To widen, grade and rock sur- 
face Koul Bay- road from- j-'alrflel.l 
road to where Foul Ba^' I'ki.ad. crosses 
-flection. 68 'and that the said work shall 
be carried out In accordance wlili the 
provisions of tlie Local Improvement 
Oeneral Bylaw and amendments thereto, 
and th'e City Knglheer and City Asses- 
sor- having reported to the .coutjcll In ac- 
cofdance wMth the provisions of- section 
4 of sajd byiaw^ -upon . ea.ch and every of 
sal(t works of- local ' Ittiprovemerit giv- 
ing statements showing the amounti*. 
estimated to be chargahle in each case 
against the ^'HTioub portions of real 
property to be benefited by the said 
works and Jthe, reports of the City yn^ 
glrfecr and C'ltx'' AssesHor as afOresaJd 
having bee'n ado4)tPd ,by Die coXmcH: 

NOTICE is HF.RKBY GIVK.V th^t the 
said reports are open for inspection at 
the office of the city assessor. City Hall 
Douglas street, and that unless a peti- 
tion againijt any propo.«<ed work of local 
improvement' -above mentioned.- signed 
by a' majority of the owners of the labd 
or real property to be„ assessed for such 
Improvement,, and rept'esenllng at least 
one-.ha)f of the value of tli.e said land 
or peal property. Is presen ted, to the 
council within 15 days from rhe\iaJLe of 
the first publication of this notlee. the. 
Council -will proceed 'with the proposed 
Improvement 'upon such terms and r'on- 
ditU>rM» ns .to the. payment of the .c(,)St of 
such lmproveme,nt ,as the Cc>unc1J may 
hy bylaw In that behalf regulate and 
determine. . , 

WELLINOTON J, DOW.LKR. 

C. M; C. 

City CUrk's Office, Victoria, B. C, 
August' 24th, ,1910. 
« :: , — -—. _ 



K\m flSSUHiCE CO,, LTD 

(■K.-aai-Ush'.-l ISOS.) 

Capital and Funds for security of 
policy-holders excee(ls$26,01)0,0D0 

The undersigned I i> .•^ uneded to the 
agency 'of thia comi.Li i... I'ornieily held 
by the Stuart Uober'laoii Company. Ltd.. 
and. will .fc'l\a prompt attention to all 
communications regard jpy new busipcsa 
or alteraiioiifi Required on existing poli- 
cies. JbMea-'je address all comunicatlons 
to J. G. KLUOTT, 

-\Special Agent for Vancouver Island. , 
1212 Broad St.. Victoria, ' B. C: 
P. O, Box 4 SO. Phone 6»0. 




CANCELLATION OF 



3JC 
BBSBB.VB. 



NOTfCK Is hereby given that tlie re- 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS; 

SiS.ALED T'KNOERS superscribed 

"Tender for BChooJ al ML'-sion. U. C.," 

Will be retieived by • tlie Honorable theisw^e e'xislli'iK upon the lands ein braced 
Mliilstei^^f Public Works, up to noon of | in special Timber Licences No. 2U2»1>, 
Monday, the 22nd August. 1911, for. the situated near .Seclicit Initit, New West- 
erection and completion of a four- j mlhsier UVstricl, is cancelled, and that 
roomed timber framed schooihouse at { tlio said lands will be open for localluii. 
Mission. I under tlie provisions of thu Land Act, 

Plan.s. specifications, contract, and | at uildiiighi on octobt-r 14, isto. 
forms, of tender inay be seen on and | UOHEUT A. RENWICK,.. 

after thft 4th day of, August, 1910, at the; D.;p^ty Commissioner of'Lands. 

Lands iJepl., Victoria, July 11. lUlo^ 



office.<f of. the Government Agent, NVw 
Westminster'; R. C Abbott, Esq., Secre- 
tary to School Trustees, Mission; J. H. 
IfJowman. Es«i.. architect, 11^ Crown 



pisriment of Public Worka, Vlctx)rl«, 

Each proposal must be accompanied 
by an ac<:epted' bank cheque or certlfi- 
ca-te of deposit on a chartened bank of 
Canada, made payable to the Honorable 
-Js,the Minister, of Public 'Works for a sum 
q equivalent to 10 per cent, of {he amount 
of the tender, which shall be forfeited 
tf the party .^tendering decline to enter 
Into contract wherr called upon to do so. 
or If he fail to complete' the work con- 
tracted for. The cheques or certlhcates 
of deposit of unsuccessful 'tendereis 
will be returned to them upon the exe- 
cution of— the contracj, ._ 

Tenders will rfot be , con8ld«»r»d unless 
made ofit oifS'lhe forms supplied, signed 
With the actual signature of- the ten- 
derer, and enclosed in the'* envelopes 
furnished. '■ 

The lowest or any tender not ne<^s- 
sarily accepted; 

■"F. C. .GAMBLE. 
Public Works Engineer. 
Public Works Department, 

Victoria'^: C. 2nd August. 1?10,.' 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

TENDER.S for the consfcuctlon of h 
brick building and for the plumbing 
and electric wli;1ng th»>reof on Pandora 
Bvenue. 'Victoria. f<>r Philip Jeune. ESr|,. 
will be received up. to noon of Tuesday. 
.September 6th. 1910. " , 

Plans and s-Reclflcatf&hs- may be seen 
at the office of H. H, GRIFFITH. 

Architect. 
, 1006 Government .St.. Victoria. 

The lowest or 'any tender not .neces- 
sarily nccppied. 



NOTICE 



NOTICE 



In the matter of the Estate of John E. 
,NMcholl8, late of Minneapolis. Minn., 

U. 8. A., dtceased. 

All persons .havl.ng, claims; against the 
estate of the- a.bove narned .lohn E. NIchoLij 
are required 'to send particulars thereof, 
duly verified, to the undersigned on or l)i;- 
fore the lOlh day of August. .1910. after 
which . date ' th€- lindersigned attorney for 
the executors of • the will of 8(ild decc.Tsi-d 
will proceed to distribute the asiirts of the 
said d<'ct'ased antong thv persona cntliKd 
thereto, having rt-gard only to the claims 
o{ which they then have notice. 

Datt'd this &th day of August. 1910. 

THtS BRITISH COLUMBIA ,, TRCST 
CQRPORATIO.S'. 

15S2 Government Bt., Vlctpris.' B l" 
Attorn' >s' In fact for Exfcutlve. 



NOTICE -—- 

Navigable 'W'aters Frotection Act 

NOTICE, is litreOy ulvtn that John 
Raymond of the ( ity of S icluria, Bili- 
laii Culunililit. Is apiJiyu.g tu Mis E.\cel- 
iency in^: Uo\ernor Geiieial uX Canada 
in Council tor apidovul u( me plans anil 
descriptloni ot site, of work:! proposed 
to be -constru'Lted by lilni in V ictona 
Harbor i'mnieUiaiely fronting Lot OliUA. 
Klock 41, \lcto:.a, B. C. and lias de- 
posited ine suid plans and debcrip.tions 
of bile with tlie .Minister of Public 
Works at Ottawa, and a duplicate there- 
of with the. Registrar General of Tlllen' 
in the X..and Uegisiry Oa'ice, Victoria, 
B. C and. that the matter ot the salii 
appllcutlun will 'oe proceeded with at 
Itie explia.tlon of one m«^itth from the 
lUne of tlie :lr,<t publication of this no- 
lice In the ■ (.'aiiada Gazetts." 
- Laled ihls Jhth dav Of .July, 1910, 
W H LA.NGl^Ei, 
11,11 Uuyerniiieni Street, 

Victoria, B. ,C. 
Sollrltor for Applica nt. 



NOTICE. 

U,n,._Ujue_ Matter of tbe E.«tn1e of Thoin:^,.'^ 
.1. 'I'liornjiiff. late of Mm.. i-:miw.!i 
"^ Skeena, River, B; C. 

■ All persons having j-iaiins against (ht; 
aljove estate are ri'iiuysted to send par. 
tlculars thereof. ("Inly ' verlfi. i| im i . 
tiniiersigned on or before the inid jay 



"■WTATES ACT, 1909." 

-TAKi; .xoiiCE that I, Frederick N. 
Norton, of the cMy of Vancoiiver, B.. C, 
lunilieiman. intend to apply, to the Lleu- 
ten»nt-<ji:)\ernor In' Council on Tuesday, 
the nth day of Octtub'er, A, U. IDIO, at 
t.he hour of 11 o'clocit lit ,the forenoon, 
or, ^o soon thereafter as tUe application 
can be heard, for a' final license under 
Parts XI. and XII. of the "Water Act, 
i;*0'j," to clea-r and remove obstacles 
from- .Salmon river and Orford bay, ati • 
arm of Bute Inlet, British Columbia, 
for the purptjse of, making tiie 'same fit 
for rafting and 'dIUIiig logs ^tid pen- 
ning back and storing water. aXd for. 
erecting boonilng-grounds In saldXOr- 
ford bay. approximate maps', plan's anil 
particulars of which , undertaking am.^ 
filed in lire offices of the Chief Com- 
'nilssloner V)f Lands' and Water Commls- 
jpjoncr at 'V'ictorla. - 

l/ated ,t'hl.«i :';<th day. of July A. D. 
I!>10. KKKUKUiCK N. NORTON. 



NOTICE 

Be Capt. .Edtrard Barkley, S. IT., Be. 
ceased.. 

All iH'isoiis having claims against the 



III 



of September. 1910, after whh'li date llir t'e8tat,e of CHi)tain Edward Barkley, It. 

ex(H;utcH:. will prticeed to iii,'iiribiin' 

assets of tlie deceusi'd havlnt; m; 

only- to the clalrps of whKli ho !,;oi 

tice. 

Dated the 26th day or August, !■ 
C. K. ('OlIlT.N'l':V. 
. Solkitoi- .for U.ie Kxecijti.ir. 
Maho'n Blocfc,- VIcI'tIh. M 

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NOTICE 



N ..deceased, late of Wef^tholme, , B. C, 
.tie required to sen<l particulars, duly 
\erifled thereof to' Messrs. ? Crease &' 
'M»asc, 521 Kort street, Victoria, B. C.„ 
■ ■.\ or before tlie 31st day of August.' 
I'JIO. 

'Dalfd the aotli .l.iy of July, a'. D. 1910 
t.-tpned) , 

- liKoKl-'KI-.V HAU.yAUDr,STON,' 

' Executor. 




DEFABTWElTT OF FTTBIiIO 'W'OKKS. 

•The llonorabU' tin' Minister of I'uh- 



FOR A LOT WELL SITUATED 



(([.-« (TA/^ — FOR A LOT WELL 
JJXOUU on Harblnircr- avenue: 



D. MclNTOSH 



Hml l-nlHle nnil llininillll .Vgcnt. 

Miiiirin iti'U , 1...1 .Ttirii.Tii .-.irect. Victoria 

II I . I .'li'|>ln.<l« 1 ;-(!>. 



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LM3^-liaO.M HOL'.«E O.V- MICHIGAN 
J»V street, fully nmonern: go'ort cellar. Only 
block front' jjarllatiioht buildings. L.t 
fiOxlIO': a number of nsaorted fruit trees 

Price $S.20O: terms. • . . 

IjTkihT A.CRKfi. aORDO.V HEAD. 2-1 OF 
I--^ -this In fruit tr<-<-». bearing: good t- 
rpomhoilB*.. chicken run and stable, i^ot us 

sHxrwK .tht»' vsd«iWi'J» ■■,p,»«I>*rty... . 



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Granite and Marble Works 

Monument.i. TablcV!<. Granite 
Copings, etc.. at lowest prices 
consl-steni, with first class stock 
«nd wv rkniat>shlp, 

A. STEWART 

Cor. Tate* nnd lilanrhard St."« 



A I ,:,■,.- 

»x,i'>i)0. lernii 



linrsi. 

'rur,f-,|.:. 



HERBERTS. LOTT 

.11- •|,:'.'l Hnaril ..f -^.',^r^c. I'.l.lc 



SK-MI MODERN f H 
Third Street 

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Livery Stables 

MILI. 'WOOD AWD STOVE WOOD 
FOR SALB 

R. DAVFRNE, lf)!.S Dou.^las St. 

<);-l""-it- ''!;.■ n-ill 
R.. DAVERNK. T"l 'i 7 



THE MAILS ' 

Vancouver arid Eastern Canada 
Close dally at 1,45 p. m, and U p. ni. 
Due dally 2.4& p. tn. and 7 p. m, ' 

United Kingdom ^ 
CJose ■ Tuesday; Thursday and Fri- 
day, 11 p. m.; parcel post Friday. • 
p. m. 

•^ri>^B Monday and Tuesday 1 p. m.; 
Wednesday 7 p. m. 

China and Japan 

Close Aug. 29, Sept. 7. 
Due Au(^. 28 and 29. 

Australia and New Zealand 
Close Sept. !*, <,)<t 7,, 
l>up Aug. 24, L'e. 

Honolulu \ 
Close Sept. 2. 
Du6 Aug, 24, :9. 
Dawaon, Atlin. Whit* Horsa, Etc 

Close on iSaturUay at 1.46 p.\i. 
Due. uncertain. , - . 
Stewart 
Close Wednesday ut 11 p. m.j diieon 
Monday. 

Princa , Rupec''t. Port Simpson, Port 
£sBington, Etc 
Close Tuesday, Thuraduy and, Satur- 
day, 1.4B p. m. 

Due' Monday. IVednesday ahd Fjji 
d,ay. ' 

Clayoquot and Way Porta 

I C.tofxei laU, 'th. Ifi.th. 20th of each 
! month. 

EMuk-itb, 42th. 18th and 2Sth o^eaoii 
month. 

. Seattle and Eaktern United States 
1 Chjae, 4.80 p. m. ^Jally; dtie, 2 p. ni. 
Idailyj " '.' 
QtiatsinOi Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo> 
quot • . . 

Close 7th and 20th of each month. 
Due Ilith and 28th of each month. 

Comox, Ciiimberland, Etc. 
Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day 8.30 a. m. 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wedlt^adAy, 
Friday and Sunday, 7 p. rri. 

Sidney and V, & S. Pointit 
Close dally except Sunday, 7 a. frt}*" 
Due daily exropi SuiKlny 7 p. tn. 

Alborni 
V^Iotr l«t 7lli, UMIi, "Ml . f fuch 
month I',- '.I '-ii Ml <">!'> ivii.l I- Kill Mon- 
da... \'. riliii'Hil.i . 1 ! i.i , ^ ; ,;ii ^y. ^i. 
Nanaimo and i <t, ^4 Point* 



ESTATB 



or ADAM 
I.017IS) VOXTNO, 
Formerly of the New England 
Victoria. B,.( 



Be Capt. JSdward Barkley, &. K.. De- 
ceased. 

All persons having ilylnis affMVn.><t the 
estate, (if Captain Ed-ward Har^le.v. R. 
N.. deceased, late .of 'Westholme, 11. C, 

are. required to send particulars, duly'j m, works will receive proposals for 
verified thereof to Me.'^srs. ('reasf* & 'ihe purchase . if a' .lu^ntl'iy of lumber 
(OTHXK-WISE ; Crease. 521 Fort street, Vrctorla, B. C, .^,„, „|i,io.tii now lytiiK al the rear of 
on or ■ before the 31sl day of .\ugust, ... 

1910. 

Dated the 30th day of July. A. I', l.'lo 



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Hotel. 



TAKE yofiyE:. tbat W>h«te of the ^ «g*^jp,j,,pj2Y BARNARDTSTON 



Will of the 'late Adam or Louis Young 
was on the 2,4th day of August 1?10 
granted by |ihe i^un,rerrie C(jurt of Brit- 
ish Co'""''''a out of the .Victoria Regis- 
try to the Executors. H, Wllle, ,L, 'b. 
Young and II. B. Young. 

All 'persons having claims against the 
ssid e,state are hereby recfulred to send 
full particulars thereof duly verified to 
the undersigned on or' before the l.st day 
of October, ,1910. , , 

After that date tlie executors will 
proceed with the admjnisirallon and dis- 
tribution of the Estate, having regard 
] only to claims of which ttiey .kihall liave 
r'eceUed doe notice. - 

Dated the 25th August. .1910. 

CRfcASE A CREAISE. ' 

Temple 6ldg. I^. O. Box. «25, VIctbrliv 
B. C. Solicitors for the executors. 



Executor. 




tlir i'arllnment Building?', tip to anU ia- 

cludlng Tues'day. the 3(ith Inistatu, ^ 

i 'The rlKlit is resi-rved lo reject the 
i hi«!.f.st, or an>' ,iro|iosal, 
j ■ I". C. tl.VMBLE, 

I ' I'liblio Works Englnii-r. 

(•(■partment of Public \Vorks. ' 

Victoria, B. C... 26th August. I9li). 



PANCJJLLATION 

\ 



OF HZISEHVS. 



NOTICE! Is hereby glv,en th'at the re- 
serve existing upon the lands emhr/iccd 
th special Timber Licences^Nos. 'J(i!)62, 
28963 an'd 28364, sllua'led in OoldKlieain 
District, is cancelled, and that the said 
lands will be open for location utider 
the provisions of iliu Land Act at nild- 
nisht on October 14. 1910. 

ROBfimf A. HENWtCK, 
Deputy Commissioner (if Lands. 

Lands De'pt . Victoria, July 14. 1910. 



MEBCHAiriJISZ; 



BONDED 



- NOTICE. 

^ ,-.*•■-", 

'in the Bstate of John Clayton, late of 
Bella Bella, British Oolnmbta, I}*- 
oeased. 

All pel sons having claims against the 
above-named deceased, '.lohn (^layton. 
aie retjuesied to send partlt-ulars there- 
of duly verified by a statmor.y declara- 
tloii it> -the undersigned, on tir b#fore 
the 1st day of November. 1910. after 
wh'lch datV the ex«icutors will jiroceed to 
dl8lrlbut«> the assets of the decease.d 
among the persoj^s entitled thereto, 
hnving regard only to the. claims of 
wliTcli thej' then have notice, ' 

And all persons Ihdebted to the above- 
named' deceased, John Clayton, are. 
hereby notified to' pay to *the under, i 
signed the amount of their Indebtedness 
forthwith. .; .i "* 

Dated at Victoria, B. C, this 26th day 
of Aiifeust. A. 1>-. 1910. , 

KI*L,10TT & SHANDLEY. 
Sollcltofs for WAlter ■Willisoroft, 
Ocorf^e McT&vlSh, .Iflhn, B. Saint. 
Executors, of the Estate of .lohn Clay- 
ton peceas'od, 
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Yj|j|^,^>«*fc_ — 



or Altl. KINDS 
STO&BD AND DISTRIBUTED 

Duncan's Warehou.se 



Negotiable Warehouse Beceipts le- 
aned. Fnrnlture and Household Groodn 
oarafully handled. Stone Building and 
Xiow Xusarance. 



NOTICE Is hereOy given that the lej 
serve existing in crown lands in the . 
vicinity of Bablne Lake. sliuato in' 
Range, p. Cost Disirlci. notice of which 
wiiB published In ihc Britlctli Columbia ' 
'Qazette, daled December ITlh, lyo.S, i.s ' 
cancelled In so far ils said reserve re- i 
lates to lots numbered 151 9; .tsisj J5ir,' 
lolU 1615, lalu, 1507, 15o(i, U&u«A. I6ua. . 
1601, 1&02. lal2. loll, lo()5, 16B4, luia, 
1514, 15v)», 15UD, 153U, 1527, 1528, iai\<,' 
1631, 1632. 1533, 1534. -luau, 153;, 163y, 
Jb26, 1638, 164U, 1511, 1644. 1543, 1645,, 

11546. 1B42. 1647. .154S, 1649. 1550, 152u, 
1521, 1622, 1&23. 1624, 1626'.. 1526 and) 

I 1551'. , I 

ROBERT. A, REN WICIC. i 

. Deputy ComnussTunet of Lands. I 

Lands D^riiartment.- Victoria. B. C. ; 

June 16th, 1310. ■ j 



Phone IB'*': 



R^n ■Vntei. St.. 



Bayley Rubber Works!; 



.'Wvertise in THE COLONIST 1 Subscribe *or THE COLONIST 



t ']• frf <la il ■-', 
1)1 . .■'. 'U) 1 1 ITI. 

Dtao dallv. 



CXI ept Suiidity h.:Ul 



ept Sunday. 12.1.0 p. ^ 



7'iO VIKW 

HIGH GRADF. VULCANIZING 

' ' :■ ' ■■ •■ ' ' -i'--;crlp- 

I Morgan 

, JFhone 2440. 



TEN D.E1BS W A N TED 

in the Supreme Court at Brin 
bla. In the Mntter of.th' 
lHanche Orancinl, Decenr. d 
Tenders will be 1 •!».■. i ' 

Signed until noon 

AtlRUst. imii, tV,v 

• llowillC ' 
1 O i, ! I .T 1 ■ 

oria I'H.S' 

riip hU;! ■ ' ■■I- ■<' ■ '■"' ■' • <'■'< ■ 
sarll.N' ■■!<■'■ 



SHWIUlL HfieBISei 5 CO. 

Stewait, B. C, and Priijce 
Rupert, B. C. 

Fiscal Ageiits for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property of this com- 
pany adjoins that of the 
Stewart Mining and Devol- 
opnient Co. 



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Admlni.'«t(Mlng the Kslate 
(iv.'in. Inl Poccased. 
i 'I Ills IVth day of August, 1910. 



'.1 M"\'TKITH, i 

\«lminislrator. .1 
of Blanche 



NOTICE 

Campers .nnd Ticniccr.s ^re 
; ■ t pcnriiitc<l to land on 
Section 96, Esc-juim-ialt .Dis- 
trict,, otherwise known as 
Roscbank. 

June I3thi, 1910. 






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VICrORIA Dj/lLY COLOmST 



Tue«d«y, AuQust 30,^1910 



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New Fall Goods Are Arriv- 
ing Daily in the Costume, 
Millinery and Silk Sections. 
Look Through These Depts. 



DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED. 



Our Chocolates Are Made 
on the Premises Daily, and 
Arc Pure, Wholesome and 
Delicious. Try Them. 









Values 



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Writing Desh, $19.75 



Combination. Writing Desk and Bookcase, inacl« of solid 
oak, l'".arl\ J'.n:' li-^li Mi.ssimi .st\ Ir. This is a beautiful 
jiit'cr of fill iiiiiiir and a splendid l)ar,Lj;ain. Special for 
t( ulay '. JpXiJ.VO 

Hall RacKs, Today, $12.50 



Hall Racks, i;olden oak and.Early English Mission style, 
InyliK iMi-hed, strongly tuilt, best bevelled plate glass 
haik, lieavy brass hat Snd coat hooks. Special for 
lut.laj.' ,' . i 'i t'i , « i ,'. •• Spl^.oU 



Mohair Hearth Rugs 



Mohair Hearth Rugs. Thi^ i^ a splendidly made rug. 

They come in solid colors, reds. Krci;"^. blues, ^olds, 

--fete, -curl centre,' plain borders, with heavy fririge at the 

ends and are noted -for very hard wear. Prices $4.50 

and ....... .T *;•••• -^-^-^t) 

^ Japanese Matting, 15c 

Japanese Mattings, in a splendid variety oji patterns and 

■ colorings, largely used for bedroom and landings; Sec 

Broad street windows. Today 15^ 



NEW MILLINERY— Especial Attention Directed to Our New Hats 

- . . •■ • ; .III i « nj .i l l ' I II I 

for Immediate Wear, as Well as to Authentic Fall Fashion s in Tur> 

I L I I I ..■■_. J . I B I .H I L^ ^ — - /—— — — ■■l|l __ .^-,, 1 . . 1 I M ' " ' " ' '' ———————— — ■ ■ ' ^■~"' ■ ■' ' ' " " '"" ~ ■■■' 

bans, PaUern H ats, Dress Hats from France an d Our Own D esigners 

Every mbdeLshown is typical of the new, broader and more conservati^Jtetyle 



Arm Chairs Specially Priced 



Arm Chairs, in solid quarter cut oak,-^arly Etiglish. 

» Various styles are being shown in our Government 

. street windo\y&., Special today, . $12.90, $9.75, $8.75 

and_j,. . . . . . .' S^8.50 

Tapestry Table Cloths 




thoughts, expressing that quiet elegance and simplicity that is fashion itsel 



Fall. 



This year high novelty colors are subdued, extreme shapes, styles and trim- 
mings are not meeting with favor, and artificiality is giving way to a new dignity. 
Hats that are becoming, that are natural, that soften the features are the hats for 

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191 1,: and such are -ours. __ _^ 



The first of the new Hats have arrived. Each day something new and exquir. 
ite appears from our own work parlors or by express. The new shapes, the new 
trirnmings are here. Everything is ready for the biggest and best Fall' season in 
rur long history. IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO PLAN YOUR.NEW H.\T. 



400 Pairs of Ladies' Hose, Regular 50c, Wednesday, on Sale, 25c 

» ' '. ' ' '^ ■ ' •■■''. 

Wednesday we are placing on sale 406 paifs^only of Ladies' Gauze Lisle Hose, full fashioned, with wide elastic 
tops, double heel, sole and toe. I-ft colors white, pink, myrtle,, old rose and numerous other colors." These we 
usually sell at 50c a pair, but on Wednesday we intend clearing them out at .". ..... .25^ 

LADIES' FIN^^LISLE HOSE AT 35<^ AND 50(i 

ThesjRT two lines are exceptional values. They consist of black Lisle Hose and Gattze Lisle Hose, full fashioned, 
'^ with wide and double garter top, high spliced heel in various colors and in black. Wednesday at 50c and. .35^ 



Arm Chair at $4.5' 

Arm Chairis in surfaced quarter cut oak, Early Eiiglish 
Mission style, seat upholstered in best quality pante- 
sote. Special Today . . . ^^^-j .'• • • .$4.50 

Printed Linoleums 

In vanous and large' range . of colorings, reds, blueT, Prhited Linoleum, -in tile and floral designs. See Broad 
■ gfeens-, golds. Prices $2.25, $1,50 . , , ^1.00 I street windows. Per s(|uare yard 45<fL 

Strictly lailored Suits Are ^^ 
the Culmination of St^e 

The severely plain, tailored Suits will al- 
ways find favor among conservative dn&ssers. 

^ ^" r \ ■ ^ -— 

They are. always neat, stylish, attractive, dis- 
tinctive, with an air of refinement about them. ^ 
They will meet all the requirements of a prac- 
tical sujt for dress or street wear 

Our comprehensive as.sortm*nt includes ^ 
variety of beautiful fabrics in French Serge, 
Mannish Mixtures, Scotch Tweeds, Austrian 
Broadcloths, etc.,, in the newe.st efffects in gqrecV ^iii^f^'^K^ ^ ^ 

— '■ -: — ■ — _. .,,^ Tk''>,.^ 

and ^ilaited skirts, semi or tight-fitting coats, 
satin or peau de cygne lining 

Fail Coats in Smart Mixtures 

and Novelty Cioilis ^ 

The New Long Coats in novelty cloths and 
niixtures are shown in a: variety of new 
ideas that lend them much distinction,— The 
fabric are decidedly attractive and -come in 
all the new shades. Our showing is one of 
pleasing interest. Especially noteworthy 
are the new Tourist Coats at $32.50 and 
$35.00-, others at 917.50 




A Cle ara nce o f Ribbons for Wed. 

Wednesday we are placing on sale various lines of: 
Ribbons at special mid-week clearance prices : 
Five and Six-inch Moire Ribbons, also plain taffetas, in all 
colors. Regular values 25c per yard. Special Wed- 
nesday ............ 3-5v 

Five and Six-inch All Silk Ribbon, in all colors. Wed- 
nesday, per .yard - 25^ 

Wide Dresden Ribbon, in a number of very dainty pat- 
terns. Wednesday ......... .V. ....... . . . .25^ 

50 YARDS ONLY OF DRESDEN RIBBONS, 

VALUES TO $1.00. „ Wednesday, 25^> . 

This is.a special bargain, indeed. It consists of just a few 
odd pieces in widths of 7, 8 and li inches. These , we 
intend to clear oji Wednesday at, per yard .... . . .25^ 

SIX AND SEVEN-INCH RIBBON. REGULAR 90c. 
WEDNESDAY. TO CLEAR AT 50^ 

/\ii odd lot of Six ani Seven-*inch Riblion to clear 

Wednesday : ■ ' , 

Taffeta, Drcsflcn and Satin Stripe mixture, Taffeta Check 

and Satin bortlcr, also a few fancies. Regular 9c5c. 

\Vcdnesday, to -clear, per yard »i.$0^ 

FANCY RIBBON. REGULAR 25c. 
WEDNESDAY; 10<^ 

A beautiful a.ssortinrin ,,i l';inr\-, Rilihun 'Bows, Ties,' 
Patent Fasteners, all colors. An extra special bargain. 
Regular 25c. Only a .small lot Wednesday 10<f^ 

Ladies' Hos e at 25c 

A new lot ''i Ivadics' P.],uk CashiTicre Hose, full fashion- 
ed. d'"'n!)l'- li' ' 1 ,iini !■ ' ■.,'•'•< , tlir'ntglxnil :in extra 

^J^'i'ii,: .ii;,.:i4.\, .'.,;., iiSc^, 

Laclies' Black 2-1 Ril) Cashmere Hose, ^jiiiced h- 'i .tii'i 



Wed. Special Leaders 






Wednesday being the last day of August selling, we 
are anxious to make this a busy day. It will pay you to 
visit this department, as we are offering great bargains. 
18 Pairs of Wool Blankets, slightly soiled. Worth $4.50. 

Wednesday '. . . .'. . . . . . . . .''. ......... .i ^3.00 

12 Pairs of Wool Blankets, slightly, soiled. Worth $9.50. 

Wednesday :........... . .?5.6o 

1,000 Yards Flannelette. Regular loc. Wednesday. .5^ 
a,ooo Yards English Prints. Regular I2>^c. We3nes- 



5,000 Yards Bloiise Flannelette. Regular 20c. Wednes- 
day ....v.... ......;...;. 12;4^ 

2,000 Yards Roller Toweling, plain and fancy border, 
Reg'ulaf 12>^ and 1 5c. Wednes'Say 10^ 

Duck Suitings, fawn and cream ground, with floral. dots 
and spray. Regular 15c. /Wednesday 10^ 

Hand Crochet '"^Doylies, in three sizes. Regular 5bc. 
Wednesday . . ».. ; ..... .25^ 

White Turkish Towels, ftill size, 2 for ..... .25< 



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Our Silk Dept. Aglow Witli Brigh 

New Merchandise 



New Silks and Velvets dl ©very description., 'Ntvcr bejore w'cre we so well prepared. for a season-s business. 
We arc fortunate J|» Jwu^ . 

There is a revelation iii the silks this season. Paisley, Chanticler, Dresden Shots effect take the lead. 



The New Chanticler Silkr, in the 
Paisley designs, $3.00 to . .^1.00 



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1 iiM Mij..;ilMii! . I'lic 



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Boys' Hose at Special Prices 

Boys' Heavy Cotton Hose, 11 ril>, doid)lc kni 1 . sta;ii!r ■; 

' ft'ct, double heel and toe. .\ ^•:i"^<] ^eli-".! sluckni.i;. 
Size 7I/2 to 10. ' Price .2.5^ 

Boys* Extra Heavy Cotton Hose, .itMiMc 1, -, ^^eamless 
througli''»L'^ demble heel .liid ti>e, exti.a Imii.;- Si/e.s r't, 

6'4 an<\<7 . .:■- '• 20^ 

Sizes 7>^ to 10 •. .25^ 



.42in. Wool Paisley, in good roinhin- 
, ation of shade'<. Per yai-i ,^!.i.,>0 

44in. Silk Paisley, in pretfi 
I'cr yard 

/^^ui. NJnDH Cloth. !- 

1 ■ :. .|...ink . pal'' ! .hii . ^.^ r.l e; la, 1 Cv- 

,.,;,, .■ „lj;i.50 

44in.. Shot Gauze,, m j.m,(,.1 e.anhtn 
,il ii ;ii I .r •■-haile-. I ii'- \ <a \ lat r ! . 

at ^'^00 

44in. Shut Crepon. in luxul ennihin 
■ Ml.ai ..( -h.ade'. ....' I,-2.00 

Skinner Satin, tor coat lininq-. Two 
sea-sons' wear jj;uarantee(l. I'cr 
yard, $2.00 and — S|il.50 



Colored Satin, JoV fa^icy work, in 
every imaginable shade .:...50^ 



Mohair Taffeta, for lining. No hit- 
ti I- i'. .f wi.ir, in eviery wanting 
■hade .■,..■ • : .."..90c> 

iS.">.0O i Co!,ored Paillette, in as ^shades .V<-v 
ydvi\ ..'....$1.00 

36in, Pail'ptte, a m'oor] , reliahh^ <\^M 

! ■;. '..■.. .^ . SI .7:^ 



36in. Chiffon Taffeta, \\.,i! ; iiaran- 
tecd, $2.50 an([ if U.*li,-> 

36in. Black Peau de Soie. The h'-i 

m.ule ./'. ,iS,lI.T.~> 

The New Moire Velvet, m?: \ 
br< iwii, N ile, grei <k ' i'l , ,\ : I ci la,, 
emerald, garnet, (.inhnal, 1 ream 
and black ,*^l.r»0 



The New Chanticler, in several dif- 
ferent shades -. . .$1.75 

'=^anne Velvets, in all \'{'anting 
cs $1.50 



Silk Velvets; in all shades. . .$1.00 

24in. Cotton piack Velveteens, in 
hade and .black, $t.oo 

•,., ,.:t7t:.: ■...:..' -^so^ 

Geisha Silk, in all -shades. ..50<^ 

Lousieinie Silk,, in all shades.. 50<* 
Tafteta Siilc, in all shades and hlaek. 

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('.ill <U' : 



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Also Trimmings to Match 



Low Prices on Gloves 

Ladies' Gloves, Perrins' glace kid,. two clasps, in all the 

newest shades, guaranteed in every detaih Wedncs- 

' .dav .. .\ ........ . .......... .•,.... •■'. ...'..... «pX'. vfv 

Ladies' Chamois Gloves, white and naturail shade. Wed- 
nesday • • .$1.00 

Dents' Lincoln Tan Gloves, heavy, tnake, one and two- 
clasps,' guaranteed in all details. Wednesday. .$1.00 

See Our Housemaids' Gloves, 2 pairs for 25c 

'Regular $1.25 and $1.50 Rubber Glovfes. Wfcdnesday 85^ 

Baby Ribbons f or Wed. Selling 

■ — -- I ,1 I ■ ^,^^.— .■,..— - ..y — I " ■■■■■ ■ — ■ ■ -■■'—' ■ - 

Raby Ribbons, taffeta, >i^in., in all. colors, i'Syd. bolt. 

Wednesday 35^ 

Baby Ribbons, taffeta, lim., in all colors. i8yd. bolt. 

Wednesday .40<'' 

Baby Ribbons, taffeta. )^in., in all colors. Wednesday,, 

pe.r yard . . . . . ....... . . • • ■ • ■ ... .^ .... . 4^ 

Three-quarter-irtch T^f^ta Ribbon, all cnlors. Wedtics- 

day, per yard '><" 

ij/^in. Taffetai- Ribbon, all colors. Wednesday, per 

yard , • • • •< ! 2<^' 

2in. Taffeta Ribbon, all colors. Wednesday, per yard . 10^ 

Motor Scarfs a nd V eils 

Motor Veils, a specialty in crystaline veils, -'' -■ }:a|':'ls Jong, 

Colors, black, navy, royal, elcctrie, ni <. . hm rail, res. 
■, eda^ tart.s;, browns, mauv*c purph' n\x\ : . iir.j.r. v, :-- 

tcna. Special today Tr)^ 

Motor Scarfs extra wide, ir ■ Ik and 

shaded cffcct.s, latest ei'lni. , . , 1, . .^.^,50, 

' $5.7.5 ;...■... $G.50 

Face Veilings, iw" speeials, in hhick, ne\\'-! meshes. 

Per, yard. 2^c and .35^ 

Belts at Ver y Low Prices 

Ladies' Patent Leather Belts, fine quality, perfectly ])lain, 
\\\\]\) n. !' I'laiii i' ■ hnekles. Kegidar 35c. Price 25^ 

Latfsi Patisian and American Novelty Belts, Drcsdens, 
|.:.ii.;. , :-ln].ie-., ,ind, in fact, e\a'r\- late.-.t nnvclty desiijn 

, and tonings. Our special line ^ ,$1.00 

Belt Buckles and Sash Pins, newest nSveltics in gilts, 
hronz-cs, etc., also the new stone effects including the 
iiiuv'popular amethyst. Sume of ihese nm tip \n -5c 



ah.ies. .Special pn< 



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